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Chrysler crossfire sport coupe: 2005 Chrysler crossfire heater

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2005 Chrysler crossfire heater motor does not work after we had a bad rain storm
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 2 years ago.
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It will take some electrical testing to determine what you have going on. It isn't likely to be related to rain, but if it is then you have water intrusion somewhere and the leak will need to be repaired as well as the electrical repair.
Possible causes for the blower motor not working would be loss of power due to a power distribution or wiring issue, the control head, blower motor, or blower motor power module. A control head issue isn't likely but possible. The blower motor itself or a power module issue would be most likely. Neither would really be affected by rain unless somehow rain was getting into the heater box due to a restricted cowl drain or something of that nature, and it was also unable to properly drain out of the heater box.