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2004 crown victoria heater fan not working, fuses OK. motor OK Power at motor, No ground at motor. Is the problem a resister.

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You are most probably correct, fan motor resistor is usually found at the top center of firewall in engine compartment.

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Blower Motor Switch Resistor
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