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Where is the location of the blower motor resistor on my 2006 mercury mountaineer?

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  • kevin goyette Apr 02, 2011

    I don't see anywhere behind the glove box that looks like the diagram. Is it coverd by something?

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Hi, it is located above the blower motor behind the glove box. Here are a couple pictures to help.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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    Tunde Autos Apr 02, 2011

    Hi, the resister is right behind the 4X4 Control Module. Open the glove box and squeeze the sides of the box in. It will drop down out of the way. You will see the 4X4 CM and it is well marked (assuming you have a 4X4 rig). The resister is the thing with an electrical connector almost directly behind the module. Before removing anything unhook the battery ground clamp. I can't remember for sure if you need to remove the 4X4 module to get the resister out. If so, the 4X4 module can be removed by undoing the one screw that comes up from the bottom on the bracket it is mounted to. No need to undo the two screws that hold it to the bracket. Undo the connector on the resister and remove the screws that hold it in place.

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