Question about 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs
The fan only blows when it is on high. The compressor pulls in on lower settings, but the fan won't come on. I show power to the blower anytime the it is turned on. Does the switch control grounding instead of power?
Should I read different voltage when the fan is on low versus high or mid?
Does the thermostat switch inside the housing control the blower? Thanks, Mike
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