BLOWER MOTOR UPDATE

1998 Ford Taurus

Tiny

stryped

October, 31, 2008 AT 7:46 AM

Electrical problem
1998 Ford Taurus 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

My brother in law has no heat because the blower motor is not coming on. The blower motor, resister, and relay have been replaced. Both fuses have been checked. There is no power to the blower motor. If both fuses are in ok shape, how can I figure out why there is no power to the blower motor? I dont believe there is any bower to the resistor or switch either.

7 Answers

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

November, 2, 2008 AT 6:12 AM

Place the heater switch on high
use a test light and check for power and ground at the motor
if no power check fuses and wiring
if u have manual system check PNK/WHT wire
check relay
if you have an auto system check blower


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Tiny

stryped

November, 3, 2008 AT 7:10 AM

All fuses are ok. Even with the switch on high there is no power to the blower motor.

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

November, 3, 2008 AT 2:39 PM

THANK YOU IGOT THE PM
I CAN TRY TO SEND IT TO YOU BY EMAIL
I NEED YOUR EMAIL

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

November, 3, 2008 AT 3:37 PM

Which of the systems do u have?
Auto or manu
i got u r email add
need an hr
and check u r email
if not let me know

Tiny

stryped

November, 3, 2008 AT 4:01 PM

Auto transmission,

Manual heating/cooling/ (No climate control).

I appreciate it!

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

November, 3, 2008 AT 4:51 PM

Check u r e mail
also check this

Fuse # 11, 40A in engine compartment (hot at all time ) BRN/ORN
fuse # 13, 5A PPL/ORG and fuse # 6, 15A YEL both inside the car fuse panel
blower motor relay is located in engine compartment fuse/relay box
PNK/WHT wire runs from the relay (under the hood ) to the blower motor (inside under the glove box)

Tiny

BMRFIXIT

November, 4, 2008 AT 5:09 PM

I will try to email it again
did u check the above things


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