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2011 Ford Fusion DR - Blower Motor Wire (in passenger floorboard)


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#1 OFFLINE   Robert5042

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:29 AM

I Have been having this issue for some time now. My AC and heat will work a portion of the time, but it will shut off at random times. I can hear the actual AC itself running, but the blower motor isn't blowing the cool air into the car. Same goes for the heat when it is on. I learned that there is a wire in my passenger floorboard. It might have a short or the blower motor might be going bad because I sometimes have to wiggle The Wire to get the blower motor to come on. Sometimes it's a pain and I just have to ride around in the heat during a hot summer. Also, two note, who's the wire will sometimes get hot when I'm trying to wiggle it. I don't know how to fix it, because it's annoying during cold winters and hot summers.







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#2 OFFLINE   drolds1

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 12:17 PM

There's an extensive discussion on the blower motor and its wiring , with over 23K views, here.  Please use the 'Search' function before posting a question.  There's  a good chance the question has come up before. 

 

This thread is now closed as it duplicates an existing one.  Any further discussion on the topic should be posted in the above-referenced thread.


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