Question about 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis
Fan for ac/heat wont kick on tested the fan itself works tested relay its fine, now where do i find the resisor and what does it look like
There's a fan speed control module on the firewall under the hood. Three screws. Go to your FORD dealer and buy one from their parts department (under $50) and when you have the part in your hand you'll re3cognize the one on the firewall. Takes five minues but the mercury dealer wanted to charge me $600 as the 'Book Rate'. Screw then! It's an easy fix - you can do it with a screwdriver.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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