First you have to remove the glove box. Then you unpulg the wire from the blower motor. Remove the rubber hose between the motor and blower housing. Next disconnect the cable from the case assembly. Take out the 3 blower case mounting screws and lower the case. Then you take out the 3 screws holding the motor in and lift it out. If you're going to put a new one in, you'll have to take the wheel off your old one and re-use it. If it's busted, you might be able to get a new one at Autozone or Advance.
The Blower is mounted under the passenger side glove box high on the firewall
You may have to vmove them to get at it
About 15 mins. That's a easy job.
The blower motor on a 1992 is located under the hood. It is on the firewall on the passenger side.
under the hood.. by the windshield wipers.. it blows in .. doesn't suck through.
It is located on the blower motor housing and is white in color. You have to take the blower motor assembly out as far as I know to get to it.
( No ) The blower motor is in the engine compartment . It is near the firewall towards the passenger side of the engine compartment in a 1992 Lincoln Town Car
The blower motor is on the passenger side underneath the dash. Its not hard to get too. It has 3 or 4 screws and it takes a little manipulation to get it out but its a simple job. Took me about 30min. to remove and replace it.
If the reservoir is blocking the way, then it will have to be removed.
under the blower motor housing. to the right
Probably the blower motor resistor is shot.
Yes. First check to see that you have 12 volts to the blower motor. If yes, blower motor has probably failed. If no, it may be the blower motor relay or there is a speed control resister pack causing your problem.
usually mounted on or next to blower motor
it should be able to
The blower motor is on the right side of the engine compartment on the firewall.
Looking at the picture in my Haynes repair manual it looks like the blower motor resistor is in the engine compartment mounted just to the right of your blower motor when looking from the front of the Explorer - Helpfull
Most likely and bad blower motor resistor.
also check the AC clutch check for blown fuse... a possible bad blower motor relay
The blower motor is located on the firewall on the passenger side. There are 6 bolts that must be removed to allow the blower to be pulled from the housing. Once the motor is removed you will remove the fan with by loosening the Allen screw. The motor can now be unplugged and ready for placing back into the blower housing. Re attach the blower wheel wet the assemly back into the housing and hold in positio0n iwth the 6 mounting screws you removed earlier. This is a very easy part replacement.
THERE IS A RESISTOR NEXT TO THE BLOWER MOTOR IN THE SAME HOUSING, IT IS EITHER A CLIP IN OR A SCREW IN UNIT,RESISTORS ARE GENERALY FOR THE LOWER SPEEDS AND THEN THERE IS A HIGH SPEED FUSE/RELAY SETUP. JOHN
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The motor will be located under the hood at the far right corner.
The blower resistor is located behind the dashboard. It is found behind the heater near the center of the vehicle.
Generally, getting access from under the hood ,you remove the 6 screws holding the motor in place, then remove the ground and hot wire and finally the vent tube. Reverse procedure.
Overheating at the Fan Switch merges contacts inside. Replace the switch and the problem will go away.