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post #1 of 19 Old 12-24-2009, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Heater Blower not working

Hey guys today i dont have any heat blowing out of my vents, there is nothing, i checked the fuse and its fine. Where do i go from here? what could be wrong?
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no i got nothing coming out, i just have a faint movement of air when the switch is on vent
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replace the resistor there know to go bad.
Its under the hood. On the whole heater/ac assembly got a plug going to it. There know to go out

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would anyone happen to have a picture of where it is? and how hard is it to change
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Anyone know how to fix this on a superduty. I have the exact same problem and have got no help

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remove the washer solution tank makes it easyer to get to its on the fender side of the blower housing 5\16 socket when the resistors go's bad it has only high but i have seen on the 97 were the plug melts the parts can be had from autozone or murrys


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Anyone know how to fix this on a superduty. I have the exact same problem and have got no help


More than likely the resistor, its under the hood on the heater box.

And as far as the OBS, its either the resistor or the blower motor itself. Ive had both go bad.

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Where exactly is the resistor. I dont remember seeing anything on the heater box.

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