Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
1. Check your air settings to ensure the front air is one
2. Check your hvac fuses.
3. If you can access it, put your hand on the front motor, and have someone turn it on high if you can reach it. If you feel a buzz, the motor is gone.
4. Another way to check this is by unpluging the motor and putting a multi meter on it, and checkin it at 12 volts to ensure you are getting power to the fan.
5. If all checks good, you may have a bad switching device inside the controller, depending on if you want new used or refurbished you can get this for as low as $30 or as high as $300 from ford.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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