blower fan not operating at full speed goes up and down

Asked by Feb 10, 2012 at 12:28 PM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring 4 Dr Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Blower for heater does not run at full speed  fan control seems to work for different speeds
resistor pack or motor?

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It's my understanding ... if you hear rattling around it is your motor.. if it is blowing with not extra noise... try the resistor first... i have the same problem with mine as I am typing this and waiting for the new resistor to get here so I can change it out. I also have a 97 not a 07 but I would assume it would basically be the same

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Had same problem turned out to be the cabin air filter was plugged

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SAME PROBLEM WITH A 2010 SEBRING, WILL A PLUGGED CABIN FILTER CUT THE POWER TO THE FAN ON HIGH SPEED, I HAVE CHANGED THE RESISTOR, THIS DIDNT HELP. IVAN

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