under the blower motor housing. to the right
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
The blower motor on a 1992 is located under the hood. It is on the firewall on the passenger side.
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.
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.
Probably the blower motor resistor is shot.
usually mounted on or next to blower motor
Most likely and bad blower motor resistor.
The motor will be located under the hood at the far right corner.
CHECK THE BLOWER HOUSING. IT SITS INSIDE THE HOUSING AND IS SECURED BY SCREWS ON TOP OF THE BLOWER HOUSING.
The most common cause of the heater blower being on high only is the blower resister failing. The second most common problem is the blower switch going bad.
The Blower is mounted under the passenger side glove box high on the firewall
The blower resistor is located behind the dashboard. It is found behind the heater near the center of the vehicle.
also check the AC clutch check for blown fuse... a possible bad blower motor relay
Thermostat possibly stuck open or heater control valve broken. Now if you mean the blower motor has stopped working, check the fuse, blower motor itself, or the blower motor resistor pack.
See if you are getting power to the motor - if so motor is bad - if not could be a bad switch
If yourtalking about the heater blower, I believe they are hidden behind the glove box inner liner.
under the hood back center of firewall hard to get to
If you look in the engine compartment , on the passenger side , towards the firewall you will see the blower motor
Take out your glove box and a few trim and it will be in front of you
The curb weigh of the 1992 Ford Explorer XLT 4-door with 4-wheel drive is 4,012 pounds. The Ford Motor Company has been producing the Explorer since 1990.
by the blower motor there is a resistor connection, you will find it melted the blower motor is bad. it draws to much power causing the connection to get hot and melt and burn. you will have to change the connector and the blower motor. the blower is still working but its drawing to much power, the motor windings are shorted out inside. disconnect the connector from the resistor and you will see it.
You still have a blower resister assembly, wiring, and a blower motor itself, in that system. Any one of those could have a problem. You need to use a test light at the blower motor connector and see if you are getting both power and ground. If you are missing a ground, most likely you have a bad blower resister assembly. If you are mssing power, check fuses and wiring. If you have both power and ground, and the motor isn't working, you need a blower motor. I have also found that sometimes tapping with a screwdriver handle on the motor will make it come on, and if that is the case, then again, you have a bad blower motor.
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.
You may have to vmove them to get at it