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Old 01-15-2009, 05:28 PM   #1
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I have a 93 F150 and need to replace the blower motor. It is rattling real bad. Any way to do this without removing dash? I thank everyone for their help and it works fine now. The issue now is it only runs on high. Did I do something wrong?

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the blower motor is in the engine bay if i'm not mistaken.
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I have a 93 F150 and need to replace the blower motor. It is rattling real bad. Any way to do this without removing dash?
The blower motor is accessible from the engine compartment. It is located on the passenger side firewall. Purchase a Chilton or Haynes repair manual, it is well worth the $20.
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I just replaced the blower motor on my heater. The issue now is it only runs on high. Did I do something wrong?[/quote] Thanks in advance for your help. Mike
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There is a blower motor resistor, used to drop voltage for the lower speeds, power is bypassed to got to high. My 02 has the motor in the heater box and the resistor is next to it. If your is like that, perhaps the connector has come loose.
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thanks, I will try it. Mike
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