Question about 1998 Mercury Mystique
It is very likely that the blower motor resistor has burned out. The resistor uses several resistors to drop voltage which drops the fan speed. Since high speed requires no drop in resistance it bypasses all the resisitors. Since none of the lower speeds work I would belt that the resistor for the setting just under high speed has burned out out. since all the other lower speeds use that resistor. Sometimes they will also have a non-serviceable internal fuse that will blow.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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