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My 2002 ford e-150 fan isn't working. I replaced the

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Customer: ***** *****- my 2002 ford e-150 fan isn't working. I replaced the resister, but still not working.
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Customer: I replaced the resistor block, which was recommended. Still the blower isn't working. Tried to find wiring diagram for same, it's a mess. I can troubleshoot the system, if I have some answers.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

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If you put power direct to the fan, will the fan work? If not, the motor is bad. All the resistor does is creates the fan speeds. When it goes bad, you lose a speed, not the whole fan.

When the whole fan is not working, the motor is bad (most common), the relay is bad (2nd common, but still rare), or the control switch is bad (least common and most rare). Check the breaker/fuse for it can indicate a bad motor, but not every time. It will indicate a bad switch though.

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Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

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