Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
This is not a fuse problem, u have a fan speed voltage dropping resistor failure most likely, on the resistor is a thermal limiter fuse that fuse is blown, it is only sold as part of the resistor, if u jump 12 volts to the fan motor and it works then replace the resistor. the fan motor and the resistor are right next to eachother under the hiood on the passenger side under the hood.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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