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2005 f150 a/c blower motor mot working? a/c still works if i put it on outside air and go 60mph you can feel cold air, the compressor still engages and works fine but no fan? maybe the resistor?

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If it is the Blower Motor resistor, usually high speed still works.

Check the blower motor relay ( next to the flasher by the steering column up under the dash ) and fuse #116. This is the relay that powers the blower motor from the HVAC control panel.

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