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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm assuming the problem is the blower motor isn't coming on or working. 1st, check the fuse. 2nd, remove the glove box or pull the 2 tabs that act like stops when it's open ( the glove box will open out further) and you'll see the power plug connector for the blower unit. Turn on the blower through the climate control (heat, A/C, or whatever) and wiggle the connector to see if the blower turns on. If starts working, then an easy solution is pull the connector off and gently press the prongs together or inward. Then carefully reconnect with damaging the prongs. This worked for 96 Mark VIII due to the fact the prongs were not "seating" correctly in the female connector. It's been about 2 years since I did this and the connection is still good. If wiggling the plug doesn't work, pull the plug, turn on the climate control (heat, A/C), and check for voltage to the plug. That's about all I can help with.
Posted on May 28, 2009
The Blower Motor Resistor is a common problem in your car but not for the problem you describe. When the Heat/AC won't blow on all speeds, the blower motor resistor is at fault. When air won't blow out of vents, bi-level, or floor the problem is the blend door actuator. This is vacuum driven and diverts the air to where you select. When air will only blow from one place (usually the defrost) then the blend door actuator is the problem. This can sometimes be corrected if there's a vacuum leak (usually under the hood in front of the passenger you'll find the vacuum line and can trace it backward to find a leak). If no leak can be found, the blend door actuator itself is defective and needs replacement.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Hello, did you check the ground wiring for a bad contact?
I don´t see any other reason why the motor would not run if it works connected directly to the battery and you have 12 Volts supply at the multiplug .
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
The only way of thesttin this is to remove the unit and if you have a schematic you can check continuity and voltage drops.
From a lincoln support page I found this for the 96-97 models and I can only assume it will work on your car since they don't ususally change much on these, it includes a shortcut to another page to help with the testing while in the car. Try this and see if it helps.
FOR A/C AND HEAT RELATED PROBLEMS
#1. If you can, perform the EATC self test diagnostic found in the Tech Section (or click here)
#2. Remember when physically testing the potential of the A/C system; the Function Control Switches must be set as follows;
a. TEMP. to 60*
b. FUNCTION to MAX/AC
c. FAN to manual HIGH
#3. When physically testing the potential of the heater portion of the system; place the Function Control Switches in the following positions;
a. TEMP. to 90*
b. FUNCTION to FLOOR
c. FAN to manual HIGH
#4. For HEAT related problems;
a. Make sure your coolant level is correct when cold.
b. Check if BOTH heater hoses are equally hot at the firewall.
c. Make sure the engine is operating at the proper temperature (180*-195*).
d. Check for the obvious;
1. kinked hoses
2. bad fuses
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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