Turned the fan on to get some heat and the fan would not come on.
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2002 Ford Taurus Question: Heat and A/C Fan
Answer #1DaveJHM December 12, 2010, 20:42Master
You have a failed blower motor resistor, or a failed blower motor. Of course, check any applicable fuses first.
Answer #2Superbob December 12, 2010, 20:51Master
Get your test light and see of the fan motor is getting power and has ground. If so, and it doesn't run, it's failed. If there's no ground circuit, trace it back to the ground point, if there's ground and no power, trace power circuit back to the switch. Or test the switch first, if there's no pwer to the blower. It's most likely the switch or the motor. there's a resistor involved for the different fan speeds, it may be bad but usually it'll run only on HIGH when the resistor fails. If you can't figure it out, go to a ford specialist or an auto elelctric shop.
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Answer #3joelburke26 from Joels Auto Service, December 12, 2010, 20:56Master
change the heater blower motor resistor.that part averages about $15 at local auto parts stores
Answer #4Visitor, April 10, 2011, 02:50
blower motor.water leaks into motor at fresh air intake r/s under windshield.