Question about Ford Escort
Usually this is the Blower Motor Resistor problem. You did not give a Year or Model for your problem. I can tell you that from 1992-2004 on the Crown Vic, Mercury Marquis models most are on the Firewall. Whether this is your application or not, just follow the power wires from the Blower motor to a connection that usually has 2 bolts and 1 connector sticking out of the ductwork under the hood.
90% of these parts are hidden inside the ductwork. Most seem to be behind the heater hoses coming out of the engine. Usually you have to disconnect at least 1 hose for the part to clear when removing. The good news is you can test this as a solution by removing the connector from the hidden part and attaching the connector to the new part. When you turn on the Blower, it should work immediately. Then exchange the new and old part.
You can check the fuse panel if you want to if this does not work. But anything that blows the fuse needs to be replaced before you blow a second fuse.
Also if you have a truck or SUV there is more room under the dash; the Resistor may not be under the hood. So if you do not see the blower wires attaching to anything on the Firewall, chances are the part is in the cabin under the dash and near the heater core.
Go to your favorite Autoparts and have them show you what you are looking for. This is an easy repair if you do not have to disassemble the ductwork.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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