Question about 2006 Ford Freestar
I had been having problems with the battery dying every day. The battery started leaking so I replaced it. The blower had been working fine. So now I have the new battery and the blower doesn't work. I have checked: 30 amp fuse 14 under the hood (Front climate control system blower motor) 5 amp fuse 14 under the dash beside the steering column (Underhood fuse box Run feed,Front blower Run feed) Both of those amps are fine. I checked with a multi meter and there is no voltage going to the blower. I pulled the resistor and can't tell if it's good or bad. I visually inspected all the connections and they seem fine. The rest of the wires are wrapped pretty tight in electrical tape. The one thing I haven't checked yet is the lone relay on the left side of the van beside the fuse panel drivers side. Am I missing something? Do I just have to take it to a mechanic to reset something or something...?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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