Question about 1994 Ford Club XLT
94 Ford Club Wagon blower for the heating and airconditioning was working perfectly one morning then would not turn on in the afternoon. I don't have an owners manual. i checked fuses but that is all i checked. do i need to replace something in the fuse box? there are three larger modules/fuses with metal tops that i suspect one of which is for the blower/fan. i tried finding a fuse box diagram online with no success. I believe the van is a 250.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blower for heat.
If the blower is totaly not working it could be a bad motor or a loss of power (or ground) to the motor. There is a blower motor relay on the power distribution box on the right innner fender. There may be a fuse for the heater circuit, also. Power also goes through a blower motor resister that controls blower speeds. If any one of these are bad it will (can) cause the blower motor to not work. I would first check all your fuses. If you have the ability to check for power continuity (with a test light or multimeter) I would check to see if the motor is even getting power. It is also possible that your heater control switch is not sending power to the relay. Electrical can be hard to track sometimes. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Instead of spending $20.00 on the 1993 ford wagon fix it book check by the fuse panel under the steering wheel or on the foot well of the passenger side. If none available the look on line at ford parts type in make and model and look for diagrams of the fuse panel.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
SOURCE: 95 escort wagon, 118K miles
The dealership knows, but they won't tell you so you take it to them and they make the money doing the job!!
First of all, check that fuse. It may be blown. If so, replace it with a 30 amp fuse if that is what the owners manual or fuse panel states.
Now, about your problem, does your heater blow on low and high, but nothing inbetween? Or maybe even only on high, but none of the other settings? If so, it is your 'blower resistance module'. It is an electrical component located up under your dash board, possibly on the passengers side, up beside the fan blower itself. Find your fan vents where they come out the bottom of the dash and locate a black plastic box that resembles a relay. It will have a wiring harness attached to it, with about 4 or 5 wires. Take out the 4 - 1/4" or 5/16" bolts. Disconnect the harness.
The new one will probably have to be ordered in for you, around $30-$40. Try your local auto parts store or AutoZone.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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