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2005 f-150 heater motor only blows on high

Heater only blows on high

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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    1999 f150 where is blower motor resistor

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    used to only blow on high now it doesnt blow at all

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If it is a manual system(knobs) it is the blow motor resistors that are bad,if it is electronic then it is the blower speed controller. The location is the same just looks different. Look under dash on passenger side and it will be bolted to the heater housing.There will be a 4 wire connector if it is manual system wire colors are BR/WH,DB/WH,YE/RD,BK. If it is the electronic system the wire colors are BR/WH,BR/YE,LB/OG,BK

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