Question about Ford Crown Victoria
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Here is how to find it. First you need to see the inside of the engine compartment. There are two hoses which go into the interior of the car via the firewall this connects to the heater core. The resistor is right underneath the second hose closest to the engine. You need to disconnect this hose to access the two screws which hold the resistor in place. Unscrew them and it will open right out. When the old resistor is out, disconnect from the Vic’s wire harness and connect the new one. Put the resistor back and screw it to the box.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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