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Front defrost and heat will no blow. Its not the blower motor, fuse, relay, and all wires are getting juice. Need warmth!

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Blower Motor Resistor. Located behind Glove Box. Take Glove Box out to gain access.

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When the blower switch is in the high position the resistor is bypassed and power flows directly to the motor. The motor is grounded to the car.
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1999 mercury villager put in new blower motor and resistor. Every so often when change modes from defrost to lower for example or on start up it blows the front blower motor fuse. the blower motor is a...


it could be the electronic blend door motor. Try not changing any settings for a week and see if the fuse blows. Leave it on floor/defrost.

usually it is the bearing in the blower motor going bad. I believe it's a 25 amp fuse. The motor draws about one amp for each volt increase up to 14 volts.

go to our site for more help.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

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