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Location of heater fan fuse for 89 ford econoline van

Heat fan stopped blowing, van is for disabled person needs to have heat to transport to doctors

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I take it the water level in the expansion tank is ok. You could have a blocked core in the heater. Also the heater could be leaking. You could try flushing the cooling system and checking for leaks and blockages.

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SOURCE: fuel pump location 1988 ford econoline

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