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Old 10-28-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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1194 f150- heat works great. Fan has two working speeds: Off and full.
I can't adjust the temp- all air that comes out is hot.

Any thoughts?

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Blower motor resistor for the fan speed, its located near the blower motor itself. 2 screws secure it to the plenium and a multiwire plug connection.

Blend door, is it cable, or electrical? Can be either one. Need to know which.
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Thanks for the reply-
I'll check when I can- messing with the plow for now.
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