Question about 2007 Ford Crown Victoria LX Sedan
HEATER FAN NOT BLOWING AT ALL
This is usually because of a bad fan resistor control. Track the wires under the hood from the blower fan to a part stuck in the underhood ductwork shell. This part can sometimes be reactivated by tapping on it with a broom handle. Just look for a part with 2 bolts and 1 plug-in harness.
If you are not successful in reactivating your part, you will have to replace it. One thing good about checking this is that you can remove the wires from the old part and plug in the new part before making any other changes. If it now works, proceed to installing the new part.
Sometimes a water hose is in the way at the rear of the engine. Do it this way. Cold engine. Remove attaching bolts and wires. Have new part in reach for 1 handed swap. Loosen heater water hose clamp and prepare to remove end of hose. Pull hose off engine, pinch and hold hose with 1 hand, change resistor with other hand and leave new part loose in ductwork. Replace hose to engine.
Because you did this on a cold engine, a vacuum lock should keep the water from rushing out of the heater hose that you pinched and held.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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