2002 Rendevous Heating fan

First of all Thanks for the help I have recieved so far. I have found through testing that you all have helped me with that I have to change the heating blower. I am not getting any type of output in my cab so
it is not the the Resistor pack. I am going to change the blower Motor, but to be honest, I have no clue where it is located in this beast. (I miss the old days, only a few wires and belts and hoses). Can someone assist me in telling me where the blower motor is? Yes I know I have to lift the hood etc.. ;-) But Hey if you are ever in a firefight (i.e with the Marines) I can patch you up as I am a Marine Medic. (Navy Corpsman!) ;-) Thanks Darrell Crone
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Hope that's what the problem is:
http://users.eastlink.ca/~smackie/2002rendblow.pdf
Steve
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Steve, thanks!!! I appreciate the info!!! Darrell
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Are you sure it's not the blower motor resistor? If the blower isn't working AT ALL it very well could be the blower motor resistor pack. I just had to change one ~month ago on my friend's Dodge Durango, AND just last week I had to change one on my friend's Ford Escort! Not to mention it's probably a lot cheaper than a blower motor.
-GV
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GV, I am going on leave tomorrow, either way I will try resistor first as I like Cheaper.. ;-) Thanks! Darrell
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Read the posts under your original post, particularly the one that says this:
--------------------------------- Find the blower motor, unplug it. Turn the fan control to the highest setting and check for BAT+ at the connector. I believe the wires are RED and BLK, BAT+ should be on the RED.
If that's okay, you need a new fan. ---------------------------------
Why replace parts that don't need to be replaced?
Steve
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Steve I am not.. Trust me.. You should see what is happening with my Dodge Grand Caravan. Replaced the Altenator and the Battery in July, (Bought them at Autozone Under Warrenty). System started fritzing out.. Losing power (Electrical) etc have since replaced 2 more batteries from Autozone, they checked it last night with thier computer they have in the store, Altenator, starter and battery, supposedly all good. Told me I had a short.
Drove it today minimal distance, System konked out. Had it towed to a repair place in town.. Guess what.. "ALTENATOR IS BAD" battery is only puttin out 6 volts???
I guess thier machine is down.. ;-) Later Darrell
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