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Where is the blower relay for a 2000 f-150? - 2005 Ford F-150

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    2000 ford f-150 2wd or 4wd & which motor

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The blower motor is in the same relay base as the flasher. This is almost inline with the steering wheel shaft, behind the knee panel.

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Under the hood, driver side on fender wall, remove cover an you see relay

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