Heat will not turn off!!

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Asked by Feb 05, 2013 at 09:30 AM about the 1999 Chrysler 300M 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok I just bought a 99 Chrysler 300 and the heat only worked on high and then just went dead all together one day so we bought a blower motor resistor and replaced it and now the heat works and the temp controls all work but it will not turn off. The switch or faceplate works just fine i can change the temp and the setting and when I press the off button the screen  turns off but the heat stays on. Any ideas what the problem could be

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Heat is still going to come out of the ducts with the blower off when the car is moving. Are you saying that the blower still has power with the system off?

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oh sorry yeah the blower wont turn off

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could be the control panel where you switch in on and off and to control it

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I have the exact same problem in my 99 Concorde. I have no clue whats wrong, everyone has a different opinion

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Same thing here. I replaced the control panel & the blower motor resistor this morning. Still won't shut off. I'm looking to trade this piece of crap in & this isn't gonna help

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