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Where is the blower motor fuse on a 1994 Ford Escort 18 L engine?


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2007-12-03 05:17:09
2007-12-03 05:17:09

I'm pretty sure it's the black circuit breaker (not a fuse) on the top. when you open your fuse box ( under the steering column) it's #15. It's the only thing plugged in there that's not a fuse.


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