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Fan for the heat and air works at times

I have and 1994 Ford Explorer and I have a simular problem with my fan on the heat and air condition. It comes on sometimes and will run till I shut the car off, then when I restart it, sometimes it will blow and again it won't come on till I get to my destination. I went and bought a resistor but I don't know where it goes....I was told it was next to my heater coil when it comes in. Do you have anything that can show me where this goes?

I have simular problems except mine comes on sometimes

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It is connected to the thermostat to regulate the temp meaning when should the fan blow & when not. I dont know why the resistor will work, most pprobably a short-cut method to make it work till you replace the thermostat............sodeep

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