Question about 1996 Mercury Villager
Snorklebobby is correct. It is the relay for the rear fan that desolders itself from the PC board in the FRONT AC control panel.
Remove the front control panel. Remove the plastic cover covering the PC Board. in the front left hand corner you will see a black rectangular box with the word "OMRON" Printed on it. This is the offending relay. Turn the board over and you will see six solder connections. One or two of them may be discolored. One of them will definitely be desoldered from the board, although it may be difficult to see without magnification. Resolder the bad connection or better yet, jumper it. While you are there, resolder the other relay connections.
If you don't want to hassle with all of that, email me and I will sell you one of my repaired spares.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Is the rear a/c not blowing air? If yes, it's the circuit borad in the front control head. I resolder them and save $400 on the part. I keep an extra on hand.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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