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Old 12-16-2009, 07:52 PM
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heater resistor location

im having trouble locating the heater resistor in 2006 f250 tbd. Does anyone know exactly where its located? I cant find it took out fan speed switch by mistake. Any help appreciated
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On 2006, I believe it is on the blower case in the engine compartment, roughly between the blower motor and accumulator.

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The only part i could find was fan control. If it is between accumulator and blower i cant see it. There is a box in behind the battery passenger side about 6x12 is it in there? Im lost so far tried to follow wires in the dark they go everywhere.
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See the diagram below. If you have the standard heater and a/c controls, you have the blower motor resistor. If you have the fancy electronic/automatic heater and a/c controls, you have the blower motor speed controller.
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