I have a 2003 ford Taurus . Automatic V6 flex fuel ses Recently My heat has stopped comming out at full speed. It comes out only when I drive, then I half to be driving for a good while for me to be able to sense with my hand. It barely comes out I've checked fuses. Nothing is blown. Im trying to locate the blower or fan , or whatever part under the hood is responsible for this. If you can help . It would be GREAT APPRECIATED Thanks for reading
A/C and Heat on 2003 Ford Taurus
by lax4life in Hanover, MD on January 21, 2009
ANSWER by STL96 on January 22, 2009
If you look under the passenger side dash under the glove box the blower motor is there. You can gain access by opening the glove box and pinch the sides of the box inward and pull out. The Glove box door will swing out and down. You'll see the blower motor there.
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