Question about 1997 Ford Escort
If your fan (blower motor) stopped working, more likely is the blower motor resistor, is locate it close to the blower motor. if the blower motor is ok, maybe your heater core is cloged.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cab fuse panel, fuse #22 is only hot in the run position, and this is the white w/ violet stripe wire at the connector on the HVAC panel on the manual temp ( vs the EATC HVAC ).
The switch in any of the positions, powers the Brown w/ Orange stripe wire wire to the blower relay ( by the flasher in the relay block under the dash by the steering wheel column, usually covered in black tape from the factory ).
The blower relay powers the blower motor resistor, to know what speed to run at, this is powered from the engine fuse panel, fuse #105 ( 40A ).
If you do not have power on the white w/ violet stripe wire at the back of the HVAC switch panel, you need to meter both sides of fuse #22, to confirm power is through the fuse.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
Fuses are in the kick panel on the passenger side. If it blows again, you will need to find the malfunction (don't put in a higher rated fuse) Most times the blower motor will cause fuse failure as when the motor gets older it begins to draw excessive amperage...but don't change it till it is actually verified as being bad.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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