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A person was having a problem with their mercury cougar fan blower not blowing. i believe my blower fan has died as i am getting nothing from the vents in terms of air flow. where would the location of the fan be inorder to replace it? i tried looking under the steering wheel while rotating the on/off knob but only saw one thing moving and it was not the fan.
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You may have a bad relay. the relay for the blower motor is located in the fuse panel inside the vehicle and is in the "R14" position (see picture of fuse panel location a nd diagram of layout below). I believe but double check and please don't take my word on it (check numbers on relays to see if they match) but I believe the R13 and R14 are the same kind of relay and IF they are switch them to see if that's the problem. PLEASE double check the numbers I may be wrong. I hope this helps and good luck.
You have two other components that control the blower, the control switch and the blower resistor block. The switch is the knob you turn to select the speed and will cause you loose power to the next component that is the resistor block. This part is usually next to the blower motor because it needs to be cooled by the fan and it is responsible for the different fan speeds. Either component can cause a total loss of the blower fan. Go to a online parts lookup like autozone.com and it will show you a picture of the parts so you can identify them.
I had this exact problem, it is probably your Blower Motor Resistor. It is located under/behind your glovebox, one screw holds it in. Not too expensive either. If that doesn't work it may be your blower motor. Good Luck!