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Blower for heat.

Blower for my heat is not working and was wondering if it could be a fuse and dont have owners manual and am looking for a diagram for a 94 ford explorer.

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If the blower is totaly not working it could be a bad motor or a loss of power (or ground) to the motor. There is a blower motor relay on the power distribution box on the right innner fender. There may be a fuse for the heater circuit, also. Power also goes through a blower motor resister that controls blower speeds. If any one of these are bad it will (can) cause the blower motor to not work. I would first check all your fuses. If you have the ability to check for power continuity (with a test light or multimeter) I would check to see if the motor is even getting power. It is also possible that your heater control switch is not sending power to the relay. Electrical can be hard to track sometimes. Good Luck.

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