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I have a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country van. The air blows out the front, but there's no power behind it. Our guy can't figure it out.

Back air of the van works perfect, it's just the front that doesn't work right.

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The reason you do not have power but have air blowing out the front in your car could be due to faulty air diverter doors. In case the door for heat is open, it could cause this problem. It could also be that the resistor device in the plenum is faulty or you do not have a good blower motor. It would be best that you get a professional mechanic to examine your vehicle.

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Weber50

possibly bad relay switch

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He's checked the relay switch, the blower motor & fuse and so far nothings worked
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I had the same problem with my caravan last year. There is (at least in my van) a little "box", I think it's a resistor, behind the glove box. It was inexpensive and simple to replace. If you take it out, you can get the part number off of it.
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yes that is what I meant ty
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The blower motor resistor that may have gone out. It should be located behind the glove box.

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