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1987 Mercury Sable heat doesn't blow out, just seeps.

I'm fairly good at electrical trouble shooting, but I'm baffled on this. The heater does heat well, but it won't blow, it just seeps out. I think the blower motor may be bad, but I can't figure out how to get to it. I'm hoping there is a fuse somewhere that is bad so I don't have to completely replace the blower. If you know how to do this or have any advice or hints, please send them to me: tinker_sarah@msn.com please.

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  • tinker_sarah Dec 14, 2008

    Ok...*sigh* thank you.

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    2002 mercury sable, blower motor somtimes works sometimes doesn't. Any ideas?

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Your worst nightmares are true, You know what you have to do! Sorry.

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If the coolant level is good feel the hoses that go to the heater core back by the firewall. If one is cold and one is hot that the heater core is plugged. I have had fairly good success back flushing the heater cores and getting them to work. If back flushing does not work than the heater core will need to be replaced. The entire dash will need to be removed to do this.

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