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1993 tempo blower motor

Switch turned on, won't start. I pulled the motor and hooked itupto a power source and it works. Does it rule itout or could it still be the problem ? Besides the switch,what else could be causing it ?

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How about your fuse did you chec your fuse box?

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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WHERE on a 1990 FORD TEMPO location is the RELAY that controls the switch to the heater blower ???


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The blower motor gets power from the high blower relay and it is grounded thru the fan switch and the resistor. So you should have power on the pink white blower wire coming from the high relay to the blower motor. The orange black wire from the motor is ground going to the resistor and fan switch. The blue wires on the control panel are for the ac compressor.
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Are you running a ground or a power wire to the resistor?

What wire are you jumping at the resistor?

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1993 ford tempo--blower was making clicking noise and now heater blower is not working at all


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The blower motor will not work in the vehicle but I can hook up a 12 volt source from the outside and it will work what could be the problem?


I would think that either the fan switch or the resistor would be your problem if you've ruled out any fuse or wiring issues. By testing the voltage going in & out of both components, preferably with a digital multimeter but a 12 volt test light can be used, you will eliminate purchasing parts needlessly. If you end up getting voltage to the fan then see below remarks.

The blower motor still could be bad depending upon how you're jumping it. The vehicle wiring is only equipped to send a certain amount of amps to the blower motor & you may be using wiring that is larger, or connecting directly to a power supply that would make even a weak motor work by providing much more amperage than the vehicle usually does..

You can generally note that a worn motor doesn't turn by hand as smoothly as it should, causing the need for maximum amperage to get it started, tough to do in a car when everything is cold.

I suggest a Vehicle specific manual to aid in troubleshooting if you are unfamiliar with removing those components.

good luck.

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1993 ford tempo heater quite working. Fuse looks good blower works with direct power applied replaced resiter but no power from switch can you make a suggestion


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THEY LOOK OK BUT ARE ACTUALLY BAD, TAKE THE OLD FUSE OUT AND TAP IT ON BENCH OR OTHER HARD SURFACE,IT WILL SEPERATE IF IT IS BAD.

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Heater stoped working on my 93 ford tempo.


has your heater stopped or has ur motor blower resistor burned out or has the fuse for blower fan just burnt out ? are you heater lines from motor cirrculating?

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1991 subaru loyale ac fan does not work fuse is ok


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1992 ford tempo blower motor


If you look up behind glove box (it will come out if needed) you should see wires going into heater housing/duct, then out to blower motor. The connector there should be attached to a resistor that may have gone bad. I believe there is 2 small screws holding it in to housing.

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