The blower in my 1999 ford taurus stopped working. It does not work at any speed. How do I replace this part myself?
The blower motor isnt hard to replace. A couple of quick questions though, did you check the fuses and relays? Secondly, sometimes the motor can develop a bad ground, did you check that? The blower motor is located under the hood, on the passenger side, on the firewall. It's kind of round looking, and has an electrical connector plugged into it. Turn on the key, put the fan speed selector on high, and jiggle the wiring connector on the blower motor. If nothing, unplug it, and look at the prongs inside the connector. If they look corroded or rusty, try to clean them up with a small wire brush. Otherwise, to remove the motor, simply remove the small bolts that hold the motor in place, there may be 5 of them. Take it out, and replace it with the new one.
Jun 09, 2009 |
1999 Ford Taurus