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Old 04-08-2010, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default 2005 f150 fx4 a/c fan blower speed switch

I have a 2005 FORD F-150 FX4 Super crew. And my fan a/c blower switch that controls the fan speed for my AC only works on 3 or 4. If I try 1 or 2 I get nothing. I bought a new switch yesterday, plugged it in, and still nothing on 1 or 2??????? Can anybody help me with this?????
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You need to change your resistor. It's located on passenger side under the dash.
Had the same problem and that was it.
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That was it, replaced it and it works perfect, thanks so much
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Can you please explain where this resistor is or do you have a picture? do i need to take the glove box out?
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Can you please explain where this resistor is or do you have a picture? do i need to take the glove box out?
Yes you'll have to take the glove box out. When your glove box is tiped down, you'll see a little plastic pieces with only two 8mm nuts exactly, you'll have to unclip the bunch of wire that s attached to that before taking it off. Sorry I do not have any pics.
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Bumping an old thread in case anybody find this from searching like I did. Here's a link to some pictures:
http://www.f150online.com/forums/art...emtc-hvac.html

On RockAuto, I found the part under "Heat & Air Conditioning : Blower Motor Resistor"
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Mine dose the same thing but I'm only missing the number 1 speed. Been that way for quite awhile, could that also be the resistor? I have been avoiding changeing the switch because I didn't want to have to take the dash apart.
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I am posting this to give you guys an idea of what it looks like on a truck with auto climate control. same location and procedure as previously shown, but replacement part looks different. I also came across people telling me just to change the resistor but mine didn't have this "resistor" that they were talking about. I did find the resistor type on older model fords but the connections were different. I hope this helps with the pic cause none of the auto part websites have pics to go along with the part.
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Yup. Blower motor resistor inside the glove box area. $22 from autozone. Easy to do. 5 minutes or less
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