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04 EB Expedition

Yesterday when I started the engine I noticed the fan motor for ac was blowing on high, as I tried to turn down the fan just kept blowing hard. Turned off fan and still sound if it was on high.
What is the problem, and can a backyard mechanic fix the problem?

Thanks

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  • Island man Aug 05, 2008

    Where would I look for the relay switch.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do you mean the condensor fan in the engine compartment?? if so you may have a stuck relay contact.

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Check your owners manual, it should show a location of fuses and relays, it is in with fuses.

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