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Blower motor resistor on my 2000 mercury villager keeps blowing what could it be

Ive replaced it twice and it keeps blowing what would cause this.

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If you ahve manual a/c, it is in the plenum case above passenger fett afgainst firewall. 2 bolts, 4 or 5 wire connector. rear bolt is hard to get to, pull carpet down. If it fails a second time, you must repalce blower motor as it is drawing too much current causing resister failure.

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it's your blower motor resistor in the plenum case. They usually blow the thermal limiter because the blower motor is drawing too much current. It's starting to go.
You can replace the resistor, 2 screws under the dash on the passenger side. It has a 4 or 5 wie connector. About $25 from a Ford or Mercury dealer.
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usually it is the bearing in the blower motor going bad. I believe it's a 25 amp fuse. The motor draws about one amp for each volt increase up to 14 volts.

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Hi..The Blower Motor Resistor is located under the glove compartment, pass side. You do not need to remove the glove box, or anything. Look under the dash on the pass side and you will see the resistor with the wires leading to it. (looks about the width of a Credit card) Simply undo the ( 2 ) 9 or 10mm screws from the resistor, slide/pull it down from the slot, un-clip the wire harness and replace with the new resistor. Screw it back up. Thats it. Takes about 4 minutes. The dealer wants $125.+ to do the job. The resistor is about $24.00.
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Blower Motor Resistor
The four-speed operation of the blower motor is achieved through the blower motor resistor. The blower motor resistor is mounted under the A/C evaporator/blower motor assembly.
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the heater blower resister is in the heater plenum under the dash on the passenger side. the resister is in the air stream to keep it cooled. it has 2 screws holding it in and a 3 or 4 wire connector on it. easy repair. buy resister from tascaford.com for 25% off.


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