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tlagerman

Blower Resistor Location

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My fan only works on speed 4. I have read that it is prob. caused by a faulty resistor. I have sent for a replacement........but cant find out where it is situated in the vehicle. Can anyone help please. Thanks

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For some reason the Haynes Destruction manual also states you should remove the passenger right-hand trim panel (presumably the one covering the pollen filter).

Really can't see why you'd need to remove this as access is gained, as you quite rightly said, from the drivers' centre trim panel.

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Got ya mate, thanks! :)

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Thank you for your prompt replies. When the part arrives I will attempt to fit and let you all know how I got on. Many thanks

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If you could take some pics and post up that would be great because the ones in the Haynes manual are, well, not very good :)

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I did one of these for afriend a few weeks ago...unfortunately my pictures didn't come out so well

It's quite awkward to get at.

In the drivers footwell, up from the clutch pedal top and in to the centre of the car, it's almost level with it. It will have a large plug on it and should be secured with 2 torx screws. I found using a short extension linkedto a UJ and a long extension meant that I could just nicely reach the screws.

Some of the positions I got into to reach were quite amusing...at one point I was head down in the footwell with my feet out the passenger window!

Sent from my SM-P600 using Ford OC mobile app

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