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Blower doesn't blow at all, but i feel heat on 1997 ford escort

I need diagram for the heater motor system,on how to check the wires and see if its that, or what should i do, nothing to push to reset that 30 amp thing, please help, it's my daughters car,and i don't want her to have to spend money she don't have to fix it, when i feel there is something i can do, thank you so much to who ever saves me.... her mom....

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  • jody trys
    jody trys Dec 12, 2008

    how do i get to it?

  • daniel4 Dec 16, 2008

    i have the same problem i assume the brushes on the motor have worn any info re changing would be appreciated

  • Tina Mayne
    Tina Mayne Jan 11, 2009

    my heater in my 97 escort wagon just quit working , anybody have any idea what it could be? help please

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    30 amp thing, what do u mean?

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Check the wire connector located under the dash on the passenger side. a poor design, it can get kicked by a passengers foot. my blower got fixed by just wiggling it a few times!

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I just fixed my heater in my 97 escourt thanks to u!!!!! just reached under dash on far right passeger side and moved around wire and it started blowing again!!!!!yahoo its 14 and 12" of sow luv ya!!!

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You should have (assuming my diagrams correct) a black and red wire, a black and green wire and black and grey going into heater motor( resistor built in motor so probably is this at fault) and should have a 12 v feed at one of these three depending upon speed position. hope this helps.

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