usually on or near the top of the blower motor behind glove box area
In behind the glovebox.Easily accessible and an easy replacement if one fails.See "Related Questions" below for diagnosing blower problems, fuses, how-to replace and more...
behind or below the glove box
The blower fan / motor is mounted behind the glovebox. Remove the glovebox for clear access to the 3 or 4 mounting screws.
Check to see if you are getting power and ground to the blower motor - if so blower motor is bad. If no power possibly fan switch or selector switch Also check the blower motor resistor, found in heater plenum.
What you might be refering to is that the fan only works on high if this is the case your problem would be the blower motor resistor. this resitor is found on the blower motor casing it's about 2 inches long
If this question is referring to the blower motor resistor - fan operates only on HIGH speed - that's very well covered in the "Related Question" below. Hint: cheap and easy repair!If it's a different resistor, the question will have to be edited to include a bit more identifying information as to which resistor.
May be a loose connection or an open resistor? maybe a loose fuse in the fuse holder? Bad fan switch?
The heatercore itself is more centered under the dash.The blower motor is behind the glovebox.See "Related Questions" below for an excellent write-up on the 1986-1995 Taurus / Sable heater core
see a real mechanic
The heater/blower fan is directly behind the glovebox.Remove any covers that might be above the passenger footwell and the motor is right there - usually only 3 or 4 small screws hold it in.Btw, the resistor is in the same area also - it provides the ability to have multiple fan speeds. If you only get a high speed, it's very likely the resistor has blown.See "Related Questions" below for more
directly above where the passenger's feet are.
Directly behind the glovebox - empty the box, push in the tabs at the back to release it to a full down position to improve access to the connectors and mounting screws.
Defective blower motor. Although I do not know if this is the problem, I have seen this on other vehicles. Check into the blower motor resistor. RockAuto.com has them with great pictures so you know exactly what you are looking for. They are generally located close to the blower under the dash. Very easy fix just a couple of screws. Cheaper and easier than replacing the blower motor.
Blower motors are not repairable - if they're not working, plan on replacing it.Easy and not expensive project. (about $40 for the motor)If the motor does work, but ONLY blows on high-speed, that's a different problem, caused by the blower motor resistor.Another quick-n-easy, non-budget-breaking fix. ($15 for the resistor)See "Related Questions" below for more details and procedures...Oh yeah, almost forgot to say "check the fuses first"... See below...
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Under/behind the glove compartment. There's a black plastic panel hiding the goods. This cover is held on by two plastic push-in fasteners that may need a little coaxing to get out. Once this panel is off, get on the passenger's floor upside down and look up. Working from the passenger door to the center of the car, there will be one wireset to the blower motor, another set to the resistor unit, a set of vacuum hoses (looks like a wireset) and another wireset. A little further to the center is the blend door motor and wireset. The resistor panel is a rectangular blue phenolic plate held in by two 8mm screws, one on each end. Remove the plug, remove the screws and it drops right out.
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NEXT TO THE BLOWER MOTOR Start above the passenger's feet - There is a black plastic cover on the bottom of the dash (to cover the blower and resistor) held in place by two plastic push pins. Just pull straight down, the pins will give, and are reusable. Open the glove box, remove everything, then bend in the tab on each side of the glove box sidewalls, top rear corner - there is a STOP on each that prevents the glove box from flopping down. Flop it down. If you didn't empty it, it will be empty now. The resistor and blower motor are now in view. Press the catch on the wiring plug on the resistor and remove the plug. There are two 5/16" hex screws holding it in. A nut driver from the bottom works well. When replacing, there are two pins to prevent you from installing it backwards. The thermal fuse is usually the problem. Symptoms are the fuse box fuses are good, blower only runs on HIGH. Replace the entire unit. Twenty minute job.
The PCV valve on a 3.0 Ford Taurus is on top of the engine. Valve is at the front of the engine and is easily accessible.
Try replacing blower control switch or module.
maybe its a sens or relay connected with ac and the engine blower
Behind the center of the dash on the brace.
Behind glove box
Answer15 minutes if you know what you are doing, 30 minutes if you don't. See "Related Questions" below for the instructions to replacing the blower motor