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9 Responses to “Auto Repair: Replace Blower Motor Speed Control Ford Explorer 95-01 –”

  1. BlacknRedTed says:

    I changed the blower motor ressister, but the fan still doesnt work. I also changed the blower motor relays to. Doy ou think I just need a new blower motor ?

  2. 1aauto says:

    @BlacknRedTed If your fan does not work at all then yes you probably need to replace the fan motor.

  3. BlacknRedTed says:

    @BlacknRedTed The fans in my center counsel work, but the one in the front doesnt. So I will be changing that first thing tommorrow. Thanks alot.

  4. smegjunior says:

    i have a 2002 explorer xlt 4 door and i replaced my resister (behind the glove box) and my #2 and #3 is still blowing at the #2 speed….any suggestions???
    thanks for the help!!!

  5. 1aauto says:

    @smegjunior Dash switch is the only thing that comes to my mind.

  6. aprofitgmail says:

    pretty good video, but the only part I removed was the servo motor. but, it took me about 2 hours just to unscrew the resister, using angle wrenches, pliers, short long handle nut drivers and anything else you can think of just to get the 2 screws off. you took off a lot of parts, but it could have saved me a lot of time in the long run. Oh, another reason I avoided removing everything is because one of the screws (or brackets) broke on the washer fluid tank and that would have been a new issue.

  7. BoogieBreeze99 says:

    There is a clicking sound behind my glove box….. nerve racking as hell!! A/C and heat blows just fine so does anybody know what that could be?….. HELP PLEASE!!!

  8. 1aauto says:

    @BoogieBreeze99 What is the rhythm of the clicking noise? Does it change when you move any controls,

  9. BoogieBreeze99 says:

    @1aauto well no. My A/C controls are digital and it blows on all levels. The clickin noise sounds like something tryin to move or click into place. stops when I turn the engine off. I’ll upload a vid. Thanks for responding man.

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