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You will need special tools they look like miniature horse shoes usually walmart carries them something like $10.00 you can use small screw drivers but going that route your just going to create unwanted costly damages to your cosmetic and internal interior of your vehicle .These are called Ford removal tool model DT-1F hear is a quick link for you to view.WWW.SCOSCHE.COM okay good luck and all the best merry Christmas.
this question comes up often ... Fixya could use a better search function. On my 94 from Japan ... you need to remove the glove box (3 screws across top, screw and bolt across bottom) and then the heater and alternator fuses are in a small covered fuse box approximately where the upper passenger side door hinge attaches to body.
My 1994 Japanese XCab has fuses for heater and a/c on the passenger side of the vehicle about where the upper door hinge is. Remove the glove box ... 3 screws across the top and a screw and a bolt below . Fuse box has a cover on it.
You need to remove the fuse and relay panel to
access the module. The fuse and relay panel is held on by two (2) 10mm
nuts located on studs sticking out of the firewall. Remove the nuts and
pull forward on the relay panel about six (6) inches. Look down between
the firewall and fuse-relay panel and you will see two (2) wiring
connectors going to the module. Unplug the connectors and you will see
three (3) screws holding the module in the fan box. Remove the screws,
and pull up on the module moving it back and forth to get it out. Then
look at what is in your hand, that should be the blower control module! hope this helps
it is in the trunk on the left hand side, pull away the trunk carpet on left side and you will see a hole with a top and bottom screw remove the screws and pull the relay out threw the hole, then disconect the wiring connector When you plug the relay back in turn on key you should here the pump run for a few seconds if it does not then replace the relay ,or the pump.
You may find that you have a horn fuse if you do simply remove it other wise here it is. The horn in my 1994 ford tempo is located behind the right front tire
wheel well. (1) Remove the right front tire. (2)Remove the inside thick
black cardboard protector(A lot of work)(3)Look up inside the fender.
You will see 2 small horns.One marked high(h) and one marked low(l). hope this helps....Good luck!
I had the same problem and Ia m working to resolve it. You need to remove the blover under the glove box it's very easy to remove. 1) remove the glove box, 2) the metalic suport that it's hold by 4 screws and finally remove the 3 screws that holds the blower. Take it off and remove the coverplate of the motor ( 2 screws) and check the brushes. In my case they were worn out. So you need to buy a new motor with the blower aprox $50 or try to replace the brushes.