On some taurus' they would get water in the plenum and damage the blower motor and resistor. Ford addresses this concern with a technical service bulletin to rework the air intake and replace damaged parts
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At the central junction box, check 15A fuse 16 which feeds the remote climate control (RCC) module. Check 10A fuse 28 which feeds the RCC module and the blower motor relay. Check 40A fuse 6 which feeds the blower motor relay.If the fuses are OK, start the engine (the blower only works while the engine is running). There should be 12V at the PNK/WHT wire connection to the front blower motor speed controller and the blower should be operating. If not, the controller may be defective or the blower motor may have failed
Start by checking the fuse. If the fuse is good, then either the blower motor is bad or the blower motor resistor pack is bad especially if this problem started with the lose of some of the speeds as in it only worked on high. It can be the speed control itself is bad but rarely does it go bad. You can check the motor by applying 12 volts directly to the motor to see if it is good.
If the blower motor not blowing,and it is on high, bump the lower motor to see if it will try and start working again,if it does,replace the blower motor.If it does not,then replace the blower relay.If this only happens on the lower speeds,replace the blower motor resister,witch is mounted very near the blower motor in the blower box,with two screws,and about 7 wires going to it.