Blower Resistor Continuity Specification Tables

How To Test The 5 Terminal Blower Motor Resistor (2000 Dodge Dakota And 2000 Dodge Durango)

In the following tables you'll find the resistance specifications I got testing a 2000 Dodge Durango's blower motor resistor block. The terminal numbers are identified in the photo above:

Terminal Terminal Resistance
1 3 1.2 Ohms
1 5 1.8 Ohms
1 6 1.1 Ohms
1 10 0.7 Ohms
Terminal Terminal Resistance
3 1 1.2 Ohms
3 5 2.8 Ohms
3 6 0.3 Ohms
3 10 0.5 Ohms
Terminal Terminal Resistance
5 1 1.8 Ohms
5 3 2.8 Ohms
5 6 2.7 Ohms
5 10 2.5 Ohms
Terminal Terminal Resistance
6 1 1.1 Ohms
6 3 0.3 Ohms
6 5 2.7 Ohms
6 10 0.4 Ohms
Terminal Terminal Resistance
10 1 0.7 Ohms
10 3 0.5 Ohms
10 5 2.4 Ohms
10 6 0.4 Ohms

Where To Buy The Blower Motor Resistor

Since it's common for the 5 terminal resistor block to overheat and melt its connector, I've also included the link to the connector.

The 5 terminal blower motor resistor block, for the Dodge Dakota isn't expensive. The following links will help you comparison shop and save a few bucks:

More 4.7L Dodge Tutorials

You can find a complete list of 4.7L Dodge tutorials in this index:

  1. Dodge 4.7L Index of Articles.

Here's a small sample of the tutorials you'll find in the index:

  1. How To Test The MAP Sensor (2000-2001 4.7L Dakota, Durango).
  2. How To Test The Throttle Position Sensor (2000-2007 4.7L Dodge).
  3. How To Test The Fuel Injectors (Dodge, Jeep 4.7L V8) (at troubleshootmyvehicle.com).
  4. How To Test For A Blown Head Gasket (4.7L Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep) (at troubleshootmyvehicle.com).
  5. How To Test The COP Ignition Coils (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep 4.7L) (at troubleshootmyvehicle.com).
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