This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Your support is greatly appreciated. If you drag the video and pause it at 3:41, you will see the bottom of the blower motor in the top right corner. weblink
does anyone know what is the cause of this and if you know what it is, then is it easy to fix. Password Forgot Password? ohm them for continuity if you have that knowledge or again..... It's under the hood. my review here
I first thought the blower motor had died, since for a while I thought it might be going bad because since buying the truck last year I would notice the air I'm not sure what the green wire junctions with under the truck, if it's the neutral safety switch, I'd have to look again. He told me that if the resistor has failed that I should still have high speed on the fan, unless the wires/connector have gotten so hot that the connector is fried.
Aftermarket Products Air Intakes, Air Filters & Ram Air Audio & Video Systems, Navigation, Satellite Radio & Mobile Electronics Ford In-Vehicle Tech I have no idea how, possibly from rubbing against something in there over time, who knows. or some combination of them. Ford Ranger Blower Motor Relay Mark helpful 6,035 Report Guy answered 10 months ago Abby Since you have front and rear climate control the temp blend door in the front air distribution plenum may be faulty,
Steve projectSHO89 View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by projectSHO89 #4 06-27-2006, 03:29 PM MikG New User Thread Starter Join Date: Jun 2006 Posts: 3 Thanks Ford Explorer Blower Motor Relay Location does anyone know what is the cause of this and if you know what it is, then is it easy to fix. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Flag inappropriateCOMMENT by stevieray1, August 03, 2015s--t!don't go to the STEALERSHIP!ask those guys at the junk yard if they have seen this before.i don't think a code reader will help on
It sounds like the fan blower Reply needs replaced.. 2000 Ford Ranger Ac Blower Not Working Log in or Sign up to hide adverts. marragtop Well-Known Member Joined: April 14, 2001 Messages: 2,075 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 City, State: balt, md Year and Model: I don't get this. Please try again later.
NOTE: There's a good chance that the color of the wires described above DOES NOT match what's on your particular vehicle.
Thanks, JesseeClick to expand... 2000 Ford Explorer Blower Motor California Chapter S. 2000 Ford Explorer Blower Motor Not Working The tail light & brake light has a green and red striped wire, black wire, and what looks like a grey wire (or purplish grey).
Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. have a peek at these guys Replace the blower switch in the A/C-Heater control panel with a new one to solve the problem. Thanks! The following tutorials tie in to this one and may help in further troubleshooting the A/C-heater blower issue: How to Test the Blower Motor Resistor (Ford 4.0L). 1999 Ford Explorer Blower Motor Resistor Location
What we'll do, to check to see if the blower motor is fried is to unplug the blower motor from its connector and manually apply battery power and ground with jumper Sign in 28 1 Don't like this video? But, the test procedure (described here) applies to any type of Ford blower motor that has a two-wire connector. check over here Basics of Troubleshooting the Blower Control Switch The blower motor switch takes the current from terminal number 2 and as you turn the knob from one speed to another, diverts it
I also replaced the fan control switch and selector switch in the cab, checked for blown fuses in the cab fuse panel as well as the fuse panel under the hood. 2001 Ford Explorer Blower Motor Resistor Location ChrisFix 442,867 views 11:17 How to Fix a Car with No Heat (Easy) - Duration: 10:56. The connector on your Ford's blower motor will have a BRN/ORG wire and a PNK/WHT wire.
Loading... CarefullySleek 130,066 views 2:05 Ford Ranger blower motor resistor bank fix DIY - Duration: 1:05. Keeping this in mind, we're gonna' use a multimeter (in Ohms mode) to check to see if two specific terminals are ‘bridged’ together. 1999 Ford Explorer Blower Motor Relay Location Loading...
Join Today. Auto Parts Direct To You 81,343 views 6:56 How to replace a Blower Motor Resistor - Duration: 11:17. Before you start, take a look at the ‘Applies To:’ box on the right column and check to see if this tutorial applies to your specific Ford Explorer. this content In this tutorial I'll show you how to test it and find out for sure.
If you have been losing fan speeds over time, it will be a blower motor resistor issue. I'd mostly convinced myself it was the blower motor for a couple of reasons, and was fooled. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.