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Heater blower not working where is the fuse?

I need to know which fuse would control the heater blower for my 2004 Ford explorer I do not have a diagram and would like to find one I can print out and put in my car for future referance.

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Under hood fuse box next to bake master cylinder resovior, fuse # 36 40A** Blower motor
Try this link for a fuse box diagram
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pubs/content/~WO4EXP/~MUS~LEN/41/04expog3e.pdf

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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    yadayada Jan 13, 2009

    ok that link is not working, go to this web site, click on Maintenance tab and then owners manuals in the drop down sub menu.

    www.fleet.ford.com

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    yadayada Jan 13, 2009

    please rate my info.

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