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Old 08-04-2004, 07:44 AM
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Question 99 f150 blower resistor location

can anyone tell me the location of the blower resistor? my blower doesn't work on speed 1 and 2. it does work on high. switch is fine. thank you
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Old 08-05-2004, 12:46 PM
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It should be near the blower, attached to the air handler box, under the hood. Probably rectangular with a wiring harness attached to it.
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99 f150 blower resistor

passenger side under glove box. black plastic removable panel 3 screws. blower is a round motor with a wire harness connected to it. there is another wire harness that goes to the resistor. right in front of the blower towards the pass. seat. 2 screws removes the resistor. it is connected by a beigh plastic board. the resistors are 3 spring like devices on the other side. mine shorted out the black wire connector. there is a 4 wire harness to the resistor. i ordered one from a ford dealer $18. i hope this works?
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Yup. You found it. Some are under hood, but I guess not that one.....
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