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1997 mercury mystique heater blower motor quit working and its not fuse what do I check next?

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If you are mechanically inclined, disconnect the harness to the blower motor. Install the fuse and see if it blows. If not, your problem is from the switch to the motor. You may have a wiring problem, or a bad motor. With blower motor disconnected, check power to the harness, both the power side and the ground side. This will eliminate the switch as the problem.

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You will need to replace your speed sensor switch located beside blower motor 2inch by 1inch single plug if you had a replacement in hand you could better identify it.

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1997 MERCURY MYSTIQUE HEATER BLOWER WON'T WORK ON HIGH. nEED SOME ADVICE.


This coud be one of two problems first one is the switch the second is you may need to replace the blower which is more likely as the tend to decline in performance over time due to moisture build up

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