I have a 2006 chrysler 300 touring, winter has started and since then the blower motor under the dashboard has been acting up but has been fine during warmer seasons. Sometimes the blower motor turns

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I have a 2006 chrysler 300 touring, winter has started and since then the blower motor under the dashboard has been acting up but has been fine during warmer seasons. Sometimes the blower motor turns on n other times it dosnt, I just figured out the other day is if I hit on it it starts to turn n blow but not like it should. It turns very slowly n makes noise and maybe hit it a couple more good times to get the motor going at a decemt speed. What can be the issue?

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Sounds like a dying blower motor. HTH. -Jim

So replace it I take it?

But y if it workd just fine during the warmer months? Just started acting up during the winter beginning?

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Yes, I'd suggest replacing it. When things get cold they contract. If the brushes and windings inside the motor are worn they'll lose contact and make the motor run poorly or not at all. The opposite is true in warmer weather. HTH. -Jim

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