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Blower nothing blows, not A/C ,not heater. where are the fuses? I found 2 fuse areas, but nothing labeled blower.

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  • sap01 Jul 16, 2008

    nothing blows, not a/c, not heater, nothing, where do i start to look for my problem?

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    where do i find the blower fuse/circuit breaker??

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You need to change the blower resistor. On the escorts they are located in the vent system and water gets in there from rain and shorts them out (brilliant design). You can get them online for about 15-20 bucks. quick change, located under dashboard on passenger side, right above where the passengers left foot would be. at least that is where the one on my daughters 98 escort was located. Like I said quick change, two screws.

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Hi,

To my knowledge most 1999 Ford Escort versions do not have a fuse for the A/C-Heater blower, rather it has a circuit breaker.

It would be among the fuses (top left) of the fuse bank that plugs in but is not a fuse.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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