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AC BLOWER FAN OUT

I have a 1998 F150 4.2 L Automatic. The AC blower just shut off. I checked the 40 apm fuse under the hood and the one inside the cab. Both are good. If Fan is bad Where is it located. Dont see it under the hood. i tried the AC today on HI and it blowes so low u can barely feel it.What?

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  • Anonymous Jul 22, 2008

    cant find the fuse

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    it is the resistor accessed through the glove box.

  • Tony Jan 09, 2009

    Thanks! I found that the blower motor connector was bad.Bought another motor. it is located under the passenger side just below the glove box. Remove the cover and its located to the far right.

    Post this for someone else. Thanks!

  • Tony Jan 10, 2009

    The fuses are located on the driver side. Just under the steering wheel to the far left. A little panel door is removed to access the fuses. Good Luck. Other fuses are loaced under the hood of the vechicle in a black box labled FUSES.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    how csn I tell if the fuses is bad for my cooooing fan

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You can go to auto zone and get a price of a motor and at the same time get a print out and location where your blower motor is

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  • edgar walker
    edgar walker Jan 10, 2009

    glad to hear that I was able to help

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