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How to replace fan resistor where is it located on a 1996 crown victoria

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It is located on the outside evaporator case near the firewall and right valve cover. It is held in with two 8mm screws. Hope this helps.

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2004 crown vic. only 63K miles on her. AC/heat fan was sporadically working, now its done. AC was nice and cold, working fine. Is the fan a hard replacement if I were to find one at a parts yard?


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you have what we called resistor block. it is a series of resistor to bring down the voltage of the blower to decrease its speed.

if one resistor is broke, then it would only work on high. they are normally located in the blower housing.
it has four of five wires depending on how many speed you got.

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