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2000 Ford Excursion Rear Air Blower not Working...

I don't have an owners manual and want a quick list of checks to go through before I go down the wrong trail. The rear air blower does not work on heat or ac. However on ac the cooling lines are cold. What do you suggest checking as far as fuses, relays, etc. Also any other known issues with the rear blower.

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I need a diagram and or owners manual for a 2000 ford excursion

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Check power to the blower motor. It is located under the hood on the passenger side of the firewall. If you have power and ground it is the motor. If not you have a wiring concern.

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