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Blower motor resistor

Where is it located

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    My daughter went to Autozone for help with her car. The blower/fan is dead. The guy was really helpful. Told her she needs one of these and to order it from Ford, which I did. It was Japanese made circuit breaker and it took 2-3 weeks because of the holidays. I got the part in and went under the dashboard expecting to see an obvious place to insert the two circuit breaker. Well, I'm still not sure.

  • bstading Jan 07, 2009

    MIke, the rear blower wont work on my 1998 mercury villager, I've checked all fuses, and used a test light on the rear blower and controls they all have power, I dont know were the relay is for the rear blower can you help.

  • williamburne Mar 19, 2009

    1993 Mercury Villager: Front A/C blower won't run. It just quit working on all speeds. Power to all A/C controls and all fuses and breakers are good. Compressor runs and cools; rear A/C works great.

    Any ideas?
    Thanks for your help.

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Hi..The Blower Motor Resistor is located under the glove compartment, pass side. You do not need to remove the glove box, or anything. Look under the dash on the pass side and you will see the resistor with the wires leading to it. (looks about the width of a Credit card) Simply undo the ( 2 ) 9 or 10mm screws from the resistor, slide/pull it down from the slot, un-clip the wire harness and replace with the new resistor. Screw it back up. Thats it. Takes about 4 minutes. The dealer wants $125.+ to do the job. The resistor is about $24.00.
Good Luck. If it keeps blowing, the blower motor is probably drawing too many amps. Then you have to switch that out.
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The low speed resistor on a 1999 Merc Villager is under the dash, passenger side, almost behind the glovebox. 1 set of wires going to it....2 small screws hold it in. once out it looks like a circuit board slightly larger than a credit card. I've changed mine 4 times. I now assume there is a short somewhere else in the system. Now my high speed blower resistor, or whatever has crapped out and I have no blow in any speed. Lovely for the middle of winter, eh??:

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  • gerry bissi Nov 20, 2014

    Check the blower motor first. Connect battery plus and ground to the terminals on the motor, either way. If th eblower works, then check the blower motor relay in the fuse panel or the fuse/realy box under the hood by the battery.

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For the rear blower resistor on a 1998 Mercury Villager, it is really simple, pop off the grill on the side wall of the van underneath the blower controls and upper air outlets (about 12" by 14") look for the resistor that is held in place by two screws, one at each end, and a wire in the middle. Remove two screws after disconnecting wire and remove resistor. Reverse order to install. Buy part before you start. If the fan doesn't work or it is on one speed only, it is probably the blower motor resistor. Part is available through Advance for about $30, NAPA has it for $18, takes two days for Advance, one to two weeks for NAPA. Advance will price match and not even include the $7 NAPA wants for getting it to store.

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Check under the hood on the right side where the blower is located

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the part you need to replace is the blower motor resistor assembly it has a screw on each side of it with a plug in th middle and for the most part it is on the passanger under the dash behind a black cover stop by a auto store and take a look at one and then you know what you are looking for and at the same time you can find out how much its going to cost i am only going to guess it somewhere around $15.00 to 25.00 dollars.

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the resistor is behind your glove box. open the box and push in the sides to release it and let it hang down...the resistor is right there. I didn't try to replace it, a friend did it, but the part was under $20.

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The blower speed controller is located under the hood on the right or passenger side on the heater housing just to the side of the heater hoses near the very back of the right cylinder head.
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