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No heat I have a 1995 ford explorer, I have no heat. have checked the fuses, and replaced the relay. I think it could be the blower motor. People have differing opinions on where it is located either passenger side inside the dash or passenger side up against the fire wall. Any ideas or could it be something else... I also have no air conditioning, defrost, (basically no fan) I do have heat when the truck is moving, i.e.blowing off the motor. any help would be great. Thanks, Dawn

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Your problem could be your fan not working for both problems. Generally speaking, it would or should be sticking out of the fire wall. What you need to look for is a small, round protrusion, usally black with 2 wires running to it.

One other trick you might try. Turn on the fan switch, even if you don't know whether or not it is running. Get yourself a long thin screwdriver and press the srewdriver tip up against the fire wall and place the handle against your ear.. If the fan is running, you will be able to hear it as your partner turns the switch on and off, plus you would be able to have a good idea of where its at.
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