Question about 2007 Ford E-350 Super Duty Length XLT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 ford focus heater switch
I have just managed to fix the blower in my 2004 Ford Focus. Only worked on number 4 which cuts out the AC. Garage quoted me £40 for part and £40 for labour. I brought a second hand resistor from these people (very helpful and only £10 plus VAT) http://www.breakeryard.com/view_supplier_feed...
. Arrived next day. To replace the old one you just remove the 3 screws under the glove box and pull the box out. In front of you will be a big barrel which is the fan. To the bottom right of this you will see the old resistor. This is held in by one screw. Remove this and pull out the fixed wires. Put in the new part, re attach the wires and put the screw back. Job done. Should take about 15mins.
Hope this helps somebody somewhere
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Try this article. I have the same problem and I think it is the vacuum motor that controls the door for changing from hot/cold in the rear heater box (located inside behind the L rear wheel)
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
check if there is any voltage reading at the fan blower wiring when activated,if there is an it still does not work then you may need a replacement blower...
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Well, there is a vacuum canister under the hood that stores vacuum for the heater. Yes, this could be the problem, or it could also be something electrical. By the sounds of your problem i would lean towards a vacuum problem. The vacuum canister will black in color and usually round, it will be on the passenger side, usually by the heater box. there will 2 vacuum hoses on it. Are you hearing any hisses coming from the dash area, or under the hood? That is another sign you have a vacuum leak as well. Hope tihs helps you out....
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
the next thing to check would be the selector motors, these motors are what move door to get floor or defrost or vent air and also hot/cold air, look under the dash try to find them, there bolted to heater box,there are 3, locate one by one then move every control and watch to see linkage move find the one that doesnt move and thats your problem, hope this helps.heres a picture to help you know what it looks like.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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