Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
3 causes: 1 blower motor inactive 2 dash switch 3 speed control.
Check blower motor by jumping 12 volts to power wire.Also jump ground side to be sure wiring is viable. If motor is operating then check speed control. Located in duct work under hood.5 wire connector. Batt voltage should be present at one wire.Apply test lite to all wires in connector and see if speeds are there. If not then control is bad. If o/k then dash switch is likely to blame. The dash switch controls what wires from the speed control are to be grounded. It does not control voltage to the motor but controls what wires are to be grounded to control fan speeds.PS check your fuses with a test lite to be sure Good luck Moe
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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