Question about 1989 Ford F 350
No power to fan switch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil for Ford 350 engine
Hi flacurias, the 351W typically holds 5 to 6 litres including the filter based on stock sump depth, add 5l and start your engine,run for 1/2 minute or so and check the oil if any oil is still needed it will be a small amount,hope this helps good luck to you
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
When your heater only works on high it is usually
the resistor unit in the heater passage housing. Look for wires ( about 4or 5 wires ) attached to the
plastic heater housing under the dash. It should
have a screw or two holding it to the housing. Pull
it out and you will see several wire coils. If they are melted or broken then thats the problem. On any switch position except high the power goes through these resistors to slow the fan down. Good luck. Neil W.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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