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Old 06-28-2005, 05:02 AM
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1974 f250 blower motor fuse

is there one that could be blown or something as simple as that? It worked fine all winter for the heater but when I turned it on the other day for the a/c I discovered that it just don't work anymore. (relay or fuse) where could they be?
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The location of the fuse is in your owners manual.
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Is it the original Fan blower motor for your truck? If so, it's probably time to replace it. I just replaced mine a couple weeks ago. It worked okay during the winter, though noticeably weak. Then when the warm weather came it wouldn't blow at all. When I got it out I could barely move the motor shaft with my hand. That thing was just worn, rusted, and crusted. Not bad, for a 23+ year old motor. Also, my fuse panel below the drivers side dash uses one fuse for both heat and a/c. Mine was labeled from the factory. Yours might be in the same spot as well.
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its in the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side its a 30 amp fuse.
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thanks guys, I'll check it out in the am. I just havnt had time to mess with it. I'm really just wishin it was simple cause I just put the heater core in march, and now the blower is probably toast.
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