Thursday, December 8, 2011

Where is Blower motor resistor located on 2006 Ford F 250?

Blower motor resistor controls the blower motor fan speeds.
It is just inboard [towards the center of the truck] of the blower motor. You have to look behind the Air Conditioning accumulator. The blower resistor is mounted with two screws and has an electrical plug connected to it.
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