Question about 1999 Ford Escort
Good Evening, I am sorry to hear it is not working right. First off I would go under the dash on the passenger side footwell and remove the cover (if it is still there) and look up at the HVAC housing you should be able to see the blower motor. Unplug the plug it it a little 2 prong plug and check for power and ground. If there is no power or ground I would tell you the most common replacement part is the blower motor resistor just to the left of the blower motor the wires that come to the blower motor come from the resistor plug in. The blower motor plug in I have also noticed have a tendency not to make a great connection and melt the plastic. Check those spots first and I am sure you will be going again in no time. Any other questions please feel free to ask. Hope that helps
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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