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95 Taurus heater fan just stopped work? Any solutions

I checked all fuses

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If the fuses are good,,,then it could be a power wire broken, or the motor could be shot altogether.

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I posted a question about a fan problem,forgot to mention

the fuse would be located under the dash on the drivers side... other things to check would be the resister block on the duct work near the fan motor. it's held in by two or three screws... one other thing to try is to turn the fan on then tap it gently with a hammer... if it comes on it's likely the fan needs to be replaced.


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in some cars you cannot see through the relay like a fuse
the only way to check if it is the relays is by replacing them
if this dose not work and you have a electronic climate control system your controm box may be burnt out this will need replacing

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