Question about 1999 Lincoln Town Car
Usually a part called a "blower motor resistor" is the problem. Just follow your underhood wiring from the blower motor across the Firewall and you will find it leads to a connector. This part has 2 attaching bolts and the part itself is 90% hidden. What you can try is to tap the connection with a broom handle or snow brush to reactivate it.
There is probably as good a chance the old part will work just as good as a new part once the warranty expires. The "blower motor resistor" has been a problematic part across the Ford product line for many years. They will reach a point where tapping may not fix this, but the unit can work for years after tapping.
There may be a heater hose in the way of replacing the part. Ask for a technique to make it easier to do.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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