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Old 11-05-2013, 05:34 PM   #1
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New member here. I have a problem with my 2007 F-150. The heater limit control dial, has apparently stop work. The dial has 4 setting and the only one that works is the highest one , # 4. Wondering if the dial has died or What. Is there a simple fix or time to visit my mechanic.

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Blower motor resistor.
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Cheap and easy fix !
Go to YouTube- f150 blower motor resister
Even with my limited mechanical ability I was able to do it in under 20 minutes
I think the part was around 15 dollars
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One of fords better placement of a part that could need replacing. I think it took me about 5 minutes to swap.
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It was something that wasn't really bothering me but I had this issue. Thanks for the info.
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Thanks guys for the info. I watched the video and When I check my truck, it isn't where the video showed it to be(lol) . So I have look all over the Firewall and cant seem to find it.

Anyone have any ideas? It a 2007 Super crew F-150 with a 4.6 4 by 4.
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Thanks guys I found my resister. It was in behind the Storage compartment,
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Thanks guys I found my resister. It was in behind the Storage compartment,
Sorry man, when I mentioned it I thought you had fixed it already. I could've explained it, if I had read it more carefully.
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