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2008 Ford E-350 Super Duty HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Main A/C Unit (Front)
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2008 - Ford E-350 Super Duty
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2004 Ford E-350 Club Wagon HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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  • Main A/C Unit
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2004 - Ford E-350 Club Wagon
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2004 Ford E-350 Super Duty HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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  • Production: 08/02/2004-, Main A/C Unit (Front)
Brand: Motorcraft
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2008 Ford E-250 HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • A/C Blower Motor Resistor Assembly (Main Unit)
Brand: Motorcraft
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2005 Ford Excursion HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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  • Located on Main Unit
Brand: Motorcraft
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2005 - Ford Excursion
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2017 Ford E-450 Super Duty HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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Brand: Motorcraft
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2017 - Ford E-450 Super Duty
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2015 Ford E-350 Super Duty HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Main HVAC
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2015 - Ford E-350 Super Duty
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2017 Ford Expedition HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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  • with Auto Temp Control A/C
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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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  • with Dual Zone Auto Temp Control A/C
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2016 Ford E-350 Super Duty HVAC Blower Motor Resistor Motorcraft

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Motorcraft HVAC Blower Motor Resistor
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  • For Main HVAC
Brand: Motorcraft
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1997 ford escort wagon heater fan not working

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Question From washington seagal on 1997 ford escort wagon heater fan not working

I drive a 1997 ford escort wagon. Recently the fan for the heater/ac unit stopped working. I can feel cold air coming out when the AC is on, and warm air coming out when the heat is on, but the fan doesn't run. I looked up some old posts and found that a common problem involved the connection to the fan motor which is located under the passenger side glove box. A friend helped me check the fuses and connection at the heater fan and we didn't find any problems. We even removed the fan/motor assembly and connected it to an automotive battery and the fan assembly worked fine. Does anyone have any additional insight into this problem?

Thanks so much...........Washington "Sea Gal"

Response From washington seagal


The fuses were checked by removing them and visually inspecting them. There is also a 30amp circuit breaker labeled "heater". This was removed and tested for continuity using a voltmeter. The fan motor works.......we removed it from the vehicle and hooked it up to power and ground on a 12 v battery and it spins. Continuity of the connector at at the fan was also checked after removing the fan and was fine.

The next thing we are considering is removing the switch on the dash that operates the fan......is this a good next step or are we overlooking something else?

Thanks for your input.

Response From Sidom

No....The next best step would be to get a 12v test light or voltmeter and go down to the connecter that hooks onto the blower motor,unhook the connecter and probe both terminals and see if one of them has power. If one terminal does have power, hook the test light up to a 12v power source and probe the other terminal that didn't have power and see if it will light up the test light....

Let us know what you find out......

You will be doing this with the key on & the fan motor turned to the on position

Response From washington seagal

Checked the fan connections with a volt meter. When the ignition key is in the on position, there is 12v at one of the leads. This is true regardless of the position of the fan switch, i.e., there is always 12v there as long as the ignition key is all the way on. Is this normal? Checked the other connector (ground) and it looks like that is the problem.....i.e., no continuity between ground connector and car battery ground.

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

Yes, that would be normal to have 12v at one connecter on that system. The control panel & blower motor resistor work off of the ground side...

What you can do is go to the blower motor resistor and check the connector coming from the control panel. It should have 4 wires in it. You can check for continuity between the pins and ground. Each wire will have continuity for each of the different fan switch positions....If there is continuity, then you have a bad blower motor resistor...

The resistor will be under the dash by the blower motor. The wire that had no power on it will go the resistor as well.....A quick of system power for the blower motor would be to ground the wire that had no powere on it, with the connector hooked up to the fan. If all is ok on the power side, grounding that wire will make the fan come on at full speed......Just make sure you don't ground the wire that had power on it.....or sparks will fly.....

Response From washington seagal

I checked for continuity on the connector from dash to resistor and sure enough the switch and wiring seem to be fine, continuity for each pin changes depending on switch setting. I will try installing a new resistor. Thanks a bunch for all advice!

Response From Sidom

No problem, good luck & let us know how it works out for you....

Response From Hammer Time

OK, that helps a lot. All the controls are on the ground side of the circuit. You are looking at either a bad blower resister, blower switch or the wiring in between. If you have a means of testing for ground, you can do this at the resister plug. You will find ground on a different wire for every speed if the switch and wiring are OK. That would leave you with a bad resister.
You have 4 speeds

low bl/y
2 bl
3 bl/r
4 bl/w

Response From Sidom

How did your friend test the fuses & connection? What type of tools is he using?

Response From Hammer Time

You need to test for power and ground arriving at the motor to determine which one is missing. If neither, the motor is bad.

2003 FORD TAURUS heater blower not working

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Question From dougw on 2003 FORD TAURUS heater blower not working

I have the SES model with manual A/C, the blower won't work unless you slam the passenger door or rap on blower housing with something. I was thinking either the blower motor or the blower motor resistor, i'm just wondering which is more likely. I would really appreciate someones opinion, thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

The choice would be more like the blower motor or an overheated connector to the blower motor.

Response From dougw

Thanks guys , replaced motor seems to be working fine and I did not see any obvious signs of water intrusion so hope fully it will last. Thanks again

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Good to read you got your problem resolved. Probably wouldn't hurt to perform that TSB. Just in case. Closed as solved. Can be reopened upon request by the OP.

Response From Discretesignals

Good bet it is the blower motor. I've done a couple of them and what you find is rust under the squirrel cage from water intrusion.

They had a problem with those where water would leak down the seal around the cowl area and get into the blower motor. The water could also get into the blower resistor, so you need to inspect that.

There is actually a TSB on that concern:

http://www.revbase.com/BBBMotor/TSb/DownloadPdf?id=124901

1997 ford ranger no fan controls

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Question From wosets4 on 1997 ford ranger no fan controls

I have a 1997 ford Ranger. There is no air condition,just basic heat, anyway I lost the low and meduim fan control. That left me only with high. I replace the Blower Motor Resistor and pig tail ( because it was so rusted) still nothing.I took the blower motor out and jumped it the blower works fine,checked continuntiy from the new tail it looks fine, any other ideas what be wrong? Also when I first start the truck I here a beeping sound coming from under the glove box this beeps for about 30 sec. than quitsit starts beeping again after about 45 minutes of driving.

Response From Hammer Time

I'm really surprised that the resister didn't fix that. That pretty much leaves the blower switch but that is rare.

Response From wosets4

is there a way to check the switch? also any idea about the beeping sound?

Response From Hammer Time

Sure, you need a test light that indicates ground instead of power. Unplug the resister and test at the plug. Every speed you select should supply ground to a different wire.

Response From wosets4

If I unplug the resistor there are 4 conectors in the plug. I should insert the test light in each connector 1 at a time and turn the fan control to each setting there are 4 settings on my ranger,also should the battery be connected? Thanks for your help

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, of course the battery should be connected and the key on. Remember that you are testing for ground, not power.

Response From wosets4 Top Rated Answer

ok, test light works,still nothing from the connector from the resistor. How ever i have continuity from the connector when i turn the fan control speed

Response From Hammer Time

I told you 3 times that you need a light that reads ground and you apparently can't comprehend how to read ground. Take the wire from your test light and attach it to a power source and touch the light to the body. Now, you're reading ground.

Response From Sidom


I'm really surprised that the resister didn't fix that. That pretty much leaves the blower switch but that is rare.



Ditto that makes 2 of us....

Now I'm assuming this was a new (from a parts store or dealer) resistor & not a used one.....

Sure to test the light that you are using to check for ground, just make sure you have a good connection to your power source & touch any metal piece, that should ground it & light up your light.....

Response From wosets4

ok, i did the test light. The test light did not light. Is there a way that i can check my test light it has been a long time since i last used it? also i noticed that there was a clicking noise coming from a box attached to the frame by the right headlight.does that help?