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The firing order and spark plug wiring layout is depicted in over-the-counter repair manuals like the Haynes for '87-93 Ford Mustangs. If you can't spend the ~$20 on one of those (available at Pep Boys, Autozone, eBay, Amazon, etc) you should be able to check one out from your local library.
You have a bad resistor. You know this when the fan will only work on the high speed. That's because the high speed doesn't run through the resistor.
I believe the resistor in your car is located on the passenger side, under the dash in the area of the glove box. You should see a plastic cover on the right kickwall that has a few screws holding it in. When you remove this cover you should see the resistor.
I haven't worked on your model car recently, but I'm pretty sure it's in that location.
Yes you can but be prepared for some skinned knuckles. You'll need an offset twelve point box end wrench to remove the fan bolts. Rotate the fan as you remove the topmost bolt each time. Take your time, they'll come out. Reverse procedure to install new fan. Just curious, but why do you need to replace the fan???
do you mean the fan speed?there is a resistor block that needs replacing that controls the speed or the fan is no good. connect the blower fan to 12 volts after unplugging it,and see if it works properly