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My fan stopped working in my 2002 Mercury Mountaineer. Any ideas

It was making loud noises on all speeds of the fan yesterday and then stopped working today.

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  • taylorcindy Feb 15, 2009

    I had guessed the motor myself before submitting the question; however, I was wondering if anything else was possible. It turned out to be the relay, not the motor, a much less expensive part.

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Motor shot replace with new.

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