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Air conditioner fan dos not come on when turned on

When I turn on my air conditioner in my 1999 Mercury Mystique, nothing happens (no fan, no nothing). It was just working earlier in the day. Could it be a fuse that was tripped or would it be the blower motor?

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Replace the fan speed resistor, the thermal limiter is open.

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  • Edward Fultz Oct 22, 2011

    I have same problem - I have replaced fuse R14 (one of the big ones), checked fuse #37 (30 amp fuse), and replaced blower motor resistor. Still won't work. Is the only other, logical, option the blower motor itself?

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