Question about 1999 Lincoln Continental
This is usually a blower motor resistor. Follow blower power line back across Firewall and see where it plugs into a part in the Firewall duct, and has 2 mounting bolts. Tap this with a broom handle or stick and see if it reactivates.
The blower resistor is one of those weird parts that breaks without cause and can be reactivated and last longer than a new part. A new replacement part may not last any longer than a reactivated part. It can break permanently and need to be replaced. It can be replaced with a used part with equal durability.
Posted on Feb 25, 2014
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