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Question FAn Speed Control -Only working on High???

My F150 seems to have developed a single only high speed fan setting. IT only seems to work on high. I have looked at the fuse panel and don't see anything wrong.

I have heard that there may be another fuse or something located in another area.

any ideas/assistance would be great! Thanks
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IF you are referring to the heater fan that sounds like the blower motor resistor



It is located back behind the glove box toward the top. The picture is taken from the floor looking up. You really have to get under the dash to be able to see it.



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That is exactly what I am refering too!.
Thanks, is it an easy fix, can you get the part from anywhere or just dealer!.
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Just unplug the wire on it and I believe it's two 7 or 8 mm screws holding the resistor in then swap it out, the part is about 25 bucks at the dealer so it's not really too bad

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great thanks!!!
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X2 on the resistor..

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should be an easy fix....sounds like a common problem....
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I haven't heard of too many probs with them on the newer trucks..but have changed a few on the 87-91 series...Good luck on the fix.

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I wish that I could find a fix for my overhead computer compass/temp as new they are $350 from dealer. Apparantly there is a fix, but not 100% sure yet.
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Looking for the same fix "for overhead computer compass/temp"


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