Question about 2004 Ford E250
The blower motor is not bad the resistor is new and its cold outside can anyone help??
SOURCE: Getting cold
it is a 60 amp fuse in the power distribution box under the hood, if it is ok jump 12 volts to blower motor, if it runs ok then u will need to replace the blower motor speed control resistor located near the blower motor in the heater housing.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: Blower motor stopped working.
ok to the left of the steering wheel by brake pedal remove fuse panel and look for no. 3 location blower relay after that your going to look for no. 8 blower fuse 40amps after that look for no. 28 its a 10amp fuse this is blower coil relay but if you have puddle lights that fuse is good also runs them !! Hope this helps you out !! Rick from nwi auto acdelco & ford parts dealer !
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
If the blower moter only works on hi speed it is the blower motor resistor that is bad. The blower motor resistor is located under the passenger side of the dash next to the blower motor. It is not necessary to remove the blower motor to change the resistor.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: blower not working
If the blower motor resistor is bad, the fan will run only on the high speed setting.
In your case, you state you have no air coming from the dash vents, indicating that the blower is working.
The control of air flow is done with vacuum-operated baffles that steer the air to the different possibilities.
If it isn't changing with your different settings, you may have a broken or loose vacuum line or the very frail fitting on the vacuum reserve tank is snapped off - have seen this on GM stuff before.
The tank normally a cylindrical device 6-8" across and high. it should have two small fittings on which there should be vacuum lines. It is often located close to the firewall.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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