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My ac nor will my heat come on with my blower motor running i have a 2006 ford f150

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Could be your 'blower resistor module', which is an electronic device that allows your fan to run with the a/c or heater. It is located up under your dash on the passengers side right next to where the blower vent comes out to the floor. It has a wiring harness going in to it with 5 wires in the harness. There are 4 5/16" bolts mounting it to the firewall. A new one should be readily available at your local parts store for about $30.

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