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Where is fuse for heater blower motor for 2004 f150?

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The blower motor should be under the hood. It is on the passenger side and bolts into the back of the heater housing.


Most likely and bad blower motor resistor.



instalation of f150 blower moter which way does it mount?


it should be next to the blower motor


it is behind the glove box for the 2004-2008 F150 truck. There is a connector with four pins in it and this part is held in place with 2 bolts only. I is more on the right hand side of the blower motor assembly


I believe it is accessed from the engine compartment, it is square and beside the blower motor itself towards the engine..hope this helps


Blower Motor Resistor is bad. 20.00 part at AZ.


There are several common heater problems for a 1997 f150. A stopped up or leaking heater core, bad thermostat or clogged up blower fan housing all can cause heat problems.


The 2005 Ford F1 50 pickup truck blower motor resistor pack can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor resistor pack is on the passenger side of the firewall.


It's located inside the on the passenger side under the glove compartment. Also the blower motor is the same type for all F150 from 1997 to 2003. Allen Bouvier, Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada.


The blower is located under the the passenger side dash. The resistor should be on the left side of the housing.


It will be either defective fan switch, motor itself, blower motor resistor pack, blown fuse, or defective wiring. If the blower runs on high but no other speed, suspect the resistor pack.


under plastic kick panel under middle of dash


its under the hood on the passenger side by the fire wall right on top


Check the blower motor resistor/relay pack usually under the hood connected to the blower motor. You can start by using a multimeter and see if you are getting voltage to the blower motor electrical connector. It should read between 12 and 15v. If not then most likely the resistor/relay need to be replaced.


Blower Motor Removal & Installation With Air Conditioning 1. Disconnect the battery ground. > On trucks built for sale in California, remove the emission module located in front of the blower. 2. Disconnect the blower motor wiring at the blower. 3. Disconnect the cooling tube at the blower. 4. Remove the 4 mounting screws and pull the motor from the housing. To Install 5. Remove the clamp from the blower case and remove the blower cage. Mount the cage on the replacement motor. 6. Install the blower motor and tighten the 4 mounting screws. 7. Connect the cooling tube and wiring hardness. 8. Connect the negative battery cable. Check the blower motor for proper operation. 9. Cement the cooling tube on the nipple at the housing using Liquid Butyl Sealer D9AZ-19554-A, or equivalent.


My guess would be the blower motor speed resistor is burned out.


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Blower Motor Removal & Installation With Air Conditioning 1. Disconnect the battery ground. > On trucks built for sale in California, remove the emission module located in front of the blower. 2. Disconnect the blower motor wiring at the blower. 3. Disconnect the cooling tube at the blower. 4. Remove the 4 mounting screws and pull the motor from the housing. To Install 5. Remove the clamp from the blower case and remove the blower cage. Mount the cage on the replacement motor. 6. Install the blower motor and tighten the 4 mounting screws. 7. Connect the cooling tube and wiring hardness. 8. Connect the negative battery cable. Check the blower motor for proper operation. 9. Cement the cooling tube on the nipple at the housing using Liquid Butyl Sealer D9AZ-19554-A, or equivalent.


The A/C blower motor is located under the dash board, passenger side behind the glove compartment. You can see the motor housing by using a mirror and flashlight. Hold the mirror on the floor board and shine the flashlight onto the mirror while moving the mirror around. The "end" of the blower motor looks like one half of a ball.


Most likely a blend door issue. Check heatertreater.net for pictures and diagnostic information.


( 5W-20 ) according to the Owner Guide


a couple of answers would be right one is the blower motor or another would be the switch


Your best bet is to buy a Chilton's Repair Manual. Lots of pictures and diagrams.



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