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Old 10-20-2012, 11:27 AM
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06 F-250 Blower resistor location?

I've searched high an low and still can not find the blower motor resistor pack as i have the blower only work on high problem. Am i on the rite track here searching for blower motor resistor or what and where should i be lookin for? Any pics of resistor location would be great! Thanks much. Truck is 06 f250 lariet with auto temp.
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Old 10-26-2012, 06:58 PM
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?? ANYBODY ??
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The part with the square decal on it should be what you are needing. Pic came from an 06 with auto climate control. Good luck with it.


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You have electronic automatic temp control which uses a blower motor speed controller. Manual temp control uses a resistor. Both are located in the same general area. Under the hood on the passenger side near the firewall. It's behind the A/C accumulator and I believe you have to unbolt it and position it aside to access the controller.
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Thanks guys! i been searchin and can only find pics of the resistor lookin pack. I pulled that gadget with the sticker out and it has some heat lookin fins on it so i put it back in. I will change it and hope thats my prob. I also looked on some parts sites and typed in my truck to get a pic and it always shows the resistor pack, SO, one more thing.... Is this somethin i gotta get from ford or any suggestions where to get one? Thanks again guys!
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Old 10-26-2012, 07:49 PM
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Auto climate is ford only. I just replaced mine last week
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I would trust a Ford part over a parts store piece. Any chance of a used one? Any automotive "recyclers" in your area? BTW, the fins you saw are part of the heat sink that keeps it from melting down.

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I just changed mine out, same year and model. Its a real pain the _____ to get to the bottom screw. I picked it up at Sunrise Ford in S. Cal for $70. Did a search on this site is how I found the part #. Have fun with it.
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