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97 e-250 work van

Topic (blower motor) i recently discovered that my blower motor stopped working so i took it out and hard wired it straight to the battery and it seemed to be working fine, so then i check for continuity on each individual terminal on the back of the switch , it also seemed to be working just fine , then i decided to check the relay and fuse but there is no visible indication on the cover for the relays or fuses, so where will i find out how to get that info ?

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  • jlitten15 Nov 17, 2008

    I have the same problem. My heater fan was working and when the outdoor ambient temp drops the fan will not work.
    I replaced the fan switch, relay, and don't have any power at the fan or switch.

    Does anyone have a clue where to start?



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To be honest with you I hate the way Ford has decided to make fuse and relay identification so difficult. The imprint on the covers say "refer to owner's manual", but if you don't have one then you will have to invest in a DIY repair manual. You can typically purchase these at most auto parts stores. You could also check your local library. There are online services that you have to buy a subscription to use. Try Chiltons, Haynes, All Data, online services. Hope this helps.

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