I have an 05 Sebring Conv Touring. The blower motor only works on high. And the heat is only coming out on defrost now. Is it a module, where is it and how much generally to repair it?

Asked by Jan 30, 2014 at 10:18 AM about the 2005 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The blower won't turn on unless it's
all the way over to the right.

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From my experience with a 99' Sebring Convertible. If the 05' is like mine you are looking at a Blower Motor Resister for your problem with the Blower working on High only. I YouTube'd and found out how to replace mine. Bought the resister from O'Rielly's for $35. It took me 15 minutes to install it myself. Problem solved! Your heat coming out of Defroster only is a Blend Door Actuator probably. You probably will have to get that part from a dealer or Ebay...IF you want to tackle that install yourself. I couldn't find any Video's on You Tube for my 99' so I took it to a Auto Electric Specialty shop and they got mine to work for $45 w/o replacing the part. They said it may not be a permanent fix though. Check You Tube. Maybe you can find a video for your year or a year that is similar to your 05'.

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