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dan was who answered the question about blower motor. but i have a follow up question
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
I have a 1992 F 150 Flairside 302 efi motor xlt trim.I put a new blower motor in a new switch in a new ristor in and am not getting any power to the switch. Where does the power come from to the switch. The fuse panel in the cab has a location 1 with a 30 amp fuse that is good. The wires on the switch are big wires and when i look at the fuse box i only see small wires. I need to know where the power comes from. and where it goes from the fuse. Is there a device and where is it that it goes through or is there a in line fuse or like that i am missing.
The fuses that feed the selector switch are in the instrument panel fuse block
I am attaching some graphic below
Check power to both of sides of these fuses by backprobing with a test light.
There is a Brown with Yellow Stripe that feeds from fuse #1 (30 amp) to the switch.
There is a Brown with White Stripe from fuse #6 (15 amp)
do you have power on both sides of these two fuses with key on?
if so check the Brown wires at the switch for power again
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