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No heat in my ford explorer

I hear nothing but do feel the heat but its not blowing

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First check the fuses your owners manual should show you where the fuse is located.

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You Feel the heat but it does not blow--
Check your Blower motor Ralay first if it is Clicking then check the Blower motor itself apply 12 volts to pos wire at blower motor if it does NOT come on Replace blower motor if it does work the Problem is at the Switch itself

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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