2002 Ford Explorer - Replacing the blower motor resistor
How to diagnose and replace the blower motor resistor in a 2002 Ford Explorer (and similar Ford vehicles). When your blower stops working and the air isn't pushing it's not necessarily the A/C or the fan that's gone bad.
2015 Ford Explorer Limited Full Review / Start Up / Exhaust
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Listen to the Exhaust sound as well
as take an In Depth review of the interior and exterior. Hope you guy enjoy
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Blower Motor Problems | Auto Repair Help
Blower motor problems video highlighting diagnostic procedures for Diy car
mechanics. If you have a Dodge truck or Chevrolet with HVAC issues, more
information is available below (Show More). Proper electrical diagnosis of
automotive blower motors will help prevent replacing the wrong parts.
Someone asked how to check for a good ground so I added a video here
showing 2 methods of testing ground integrity.
I added a video that talks about what to do if the blower motor runs all
the time even when the keys are pulled from the ignition.
The blower motor is a common heater/AC repair within the skill level of
many driveway mechanics. Special article for Dodge Durango and Dakota
owners with blower problems
http://www.youfixcars.com/Dodge-blower-motor-problems.html. For additional
blower help visit this article. http://www.youfixcars.com/blower-motor.html
02 Ford Explorer Heat Blend Door Actuator Simple Fix - No Tools Needed
This is a 02 Ford Explorer that has a broken and worn heat blend door
actuator. The labor at a dealership with parts is approx $700-800 if you
take it to the pros, The cost of the part is approx $65.00 if you want to
do it yourself, or you can give this a try and save even more.
The part I will be referring to later in the video is a plastic flap, which
is approximately 3" long and is located almost directly behind the wires
you see in the video along the edge of the wall compartment. It needs to
be pushed down, and you will hear it as it reaches the correct position.
Once you locate this, it will only take a few seconds to change in the
The blend door will easily work with the air condition control knobs, but
once you switch it to cold air, you will need to switch this back manually
as in the video.
Hope this tip helps.
2002-2005 Ford Explorer Blower Motor Only Works On High
Great prices on this resistor on Amazon here-
In this video I go over the most common failure for this concern and how to
Ford Explorer 02-08 HeaterTreater blend door repair video
Ford Explorer, Mercury Mountaineer 02-08 HeaterTreater diagnosis/repair
video. Shows a relatively easy method to access the blend door actuator
motor and evaluate HVAC problems. http://www.heatertreater.net web site
provides additional repair information.
1995-2008 Ford Ranger Blower Motor Resistor Speed Control Repair How To With Wiring
Part Used Without New Wiring Harness:
Part Used With New Wiring Harness:
or complete kit:
Click the above link to find the blower resistor for your vehicle.
In this video you'll learn to repair and replace the blower resistor as
well as the pigtail connection.
2001 Ford Expedition Blower Motor Resistor.avi
Blower Motor Resistor Replace on 2001 Ford Expedition. Heater and Air
Conditioning Blower Fan works on high settings only. Lower settings do not
work. HVAC. Switch. Haynes. Chiltons. Lincoln Navigator too. If fan
is working on high, then chances are your fan is fine. It is your blower
motor resistor (99%) or your switch (.5%) or the wiring in between (.5%).