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Hvac blower motor not working

1997 ford explorer hvac blower motor not working

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  • AndyK9 Apr 19, 2009

    I have 1997 XLT with the same problem. AC/Heat worked (i.e. blower on) and then stopped working at the first 2 speeds...eventually, all speeds stopped (blower doesn't come on anymore). The rear consol works fine. There were a few days that the blower would come on if the switch was left on and I would hit a big bump in the road. (promted me to think there was a loose conection or faulty relay). I haven't found the blower motor resistor most blogs mention. Feel free to give me a clue where to find the darn thing or if it could something else....

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Replace the "blower motor resistor" located next to the blower motor

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