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Heat I own a 2000 ford explorer and my heat wont shut off if you hit the off button it blows harder can anyone help?

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A component called a Resistor located near the blower motor controls the blowers speed. it has a plug and a couple of screws to remove. Replace this Resistor. It is usually located in between the wiring and the blower. Sometimes mounted on the blower motor itself. It can be a little hard to remove because of limited space under the dash.

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