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Where is the resistor for blower motor located 1998 ford contour

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Under the dash on passenger side. take the under dash pannel off and then you should be able to see it. its put in a hole in the heater/ blower motor case and has a 4 wire connector, unplug connector and then remove resistor.the wire colors should be 2 black and blue wires 1 black and yellow and 1 black.

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I got ac but have no heat but my heater core is ok
where do i look for my problem

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Most cars tend to have them mounted on the motor itself so the passing air will cool it.

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