Originally Posted by Jakers13
Thanks guys now i need to figure out how to get to the wiring. Does anyone know a good writeup?
YZ212-Thanks, I knew I used the Chrysler number when I bought mine from the dealer. That's probably where I found it.
JAKERS13- All you have to do is unplug the melted connector, cut the wires, and splice in the new ones. I think it comes with instructions, too. You have to be somewhat a contortionist to do it, as you pretty much have to lay on the passenger side floor while cutting, splicing, and soldering. I got so tired and hot that I almost gave up on soldering, but I knew that the problem would show up inside burned electrical tape or heat-shrink. That blower motor pulls a lot of amps. If you just wrap the wires together, you are going to start getting some resistance as the wires age, and with amps and resistance comes heat. That's why I soldered mine.
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