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Lincoln 2000 town car Blower doesn't work at HI-MED-LOW speeds...

I checked all the fuses (Hi/Low) fan speeds are good. And all of the relays.
I hooked up 12 VDC. direct to the blower itself running ok.
I turn the Ignition ON and the fan turn ON. Nothing happened. I suspected the Blower Resistor Motor is bad. I don't know where is the Blower Resistor Motor located inside the car or under the hood of the car.
Would you please show me location of the Blower Resistor Motor. I will fix it for myself. Thank you for your help.

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  • n_phung245 Feb 19, 2009

    Hi c38hot;



    Thank you very much for your advise a Blower Resistor Motor of 2000 Lincoln Town car. But I don't know specific location of the Blower Resistor Motor mounted.

    I will wait when the temperature goes up about 40oF - 50oF I will check it out and fix it....!

    You said. Blower resistor motor mounted inside the cover of Blower motor housing. Is it right there? If not there please tell me exactly where is it? Thank you very much. Have a nice day.

    you can send email to my address below:



    n_phung245@yahoo.com

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It is called blower motor resistor , should be close to blower motor , you will see a plug type connector with two screws , remove the screws and there should be a resistor inside the cover for the motor, swap with new and reassemble

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The blower motor resistor is located on the blower motor under the glove compartment, take the plug off and remove the two 8 mm screws and replace it, costs about $25.00 at autozone.

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I'd check for power at the electrical connector (where electrical connector wire connects to motor) using a simple multimeter. At least you'll know if power is reaching the motor. I'd also clean the electrical wire contacts of the connector and the electrical wire contacts of the motor will some fine sandpaper.

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SOURCE: Where is the blower resistor located on a 94 lincoln town car?

On the firewall by the back of the passenger side cylinder head.

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