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A/Ccontrols If you turn the fan it will not turn on or adjust speed. Have to press the "off" button on control panel, then turn ignition off. Upon turning ignition back on, fan remains off until you turn it on, but remains on until turnin ignition off. Fan speed indicator goes up and down according to pressing fan speed control, and A/C unit will even show off, but fan speed remains the same.

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I recently had the modulator replaced in my 2006 Expedition Limited. $210 CDN.

It was doing exactly the same thing. Apparently the part is only $70 CDN but the rest of the bill is labour. It was done by a reputable mechanic too, so I think that bill should be close to the best price out there.

Good luck, Ian

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So, I guess I would first have you check all the fuses labeled "AC" or "Heater". Might be just a blown fuse, but remember, fuses always blow for a reason. There are many things that can be causing your problem like the heater/ac fan speed relay or a broken wire, etc.


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Hope this helps your out. I know the diagram and locator is a bit blurry but hopefully it gets what you need.
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With the ignition in the "RUN" position (engine does not necessarily need to be running, but it will work either way).
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