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2000 Cown Victoria LX.......low mileage(less than 50K) no heat, air conditioning, defrost, vent.......nothing happens happened once before, but that time it just started working again....this time it's been a week and i'm concerned any assistance will be greatly appreciated

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  • kenriley Aug 17, 2008

    I am only getting 5.6 volts to the blower motor. Before I replace the control head I want to check the blower relay. Does anyone know where it is located?

  • Channy Pickett
    Channy Pickett Oct 17, 2013

    the blower motor relay is located in the power fuse box under the hood next to the battery u need the owner manual to locate the right relay good luck

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Take something and beat on the fan motor a couple of times and that should work it worked for me on my 2001 crown vic

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Im having the same problem on my 2001 corwn vic pi

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