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Where is the heater blower on a f150 supercrew?

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2005-10-25 17:47:48
2005-10-25 17:47:48

It should be accessable from the engine compartment, right(passenger side)firewall. There is a round cover with 3 screws/bolts holding it on. Unless you possibly have an extra rear blower like on some Expeditions If not under hood as described prior, it is under glove compartment. It just depends on year.

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