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Where is the front blower fan motor located on a 1998 Ford Expedition with dual air?

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2005-05-06 12:49:04
2005-05-06 12:49:04

The Blower motor for a 2000 Ford Expedition is located under the dash on the passanger side of the car. It is round and is as far to the front right as you can go. I took off the glove box and the plastic panel that is under the glove box that protects the heater core. This made it easier to remove the motor. Also I took off the plastic runner and the right side plastic molding and shield so you can move the carpet. I could not get the motor out with out moving the carpet. Tight fit. It takes a 7 & 8 mm metric socket and open end/boxed end wrenches to remove the unit. Pretty hard to get it in and out. Be careful not to damage the fan. Ford part was over 120.00 which included the gasket and the push ring(which is used to hold the fan to the motor). When you remove the fan from the old motor it will break. I got the motor from CarQuest for 52.00(didn't include the push ring or gasket) and the ring from Ford dealer for 5.00. I took a razor blade and removed the old gasket and reused it(you could use a thin weather strip or double sided tape if you want). I'm sure I saved several hundred dollars of labor cost. Good luck. Doug-Kansas City, MO

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