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1999 Mercury Cougar

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(1999 Mercury Cougar)
i have very little heat but the blower is not pushing out the hot air what can it be
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on February 16, 2009
Sounds like the blower motor is not working properly. Is the engine running at normal operating temperature?
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on February 16, 2009
Sounds like the blower motor is not working properly. Is the engine running at normal operating temperature?
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My car had the same problem. My dad flushed the system and there was a lot of rust in it. It has heat now. Of course now my air isn't working go figure.
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on July 06, 2010
It's probably the blower motor resistor, I had that issue but before it did that it would only work on High. Very easy to change it's got one screw and it's under the glovebox. Had mine fixed in about 10 min and under $20
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on November 17, 2010
No, if you turn it on high and the blower goes slow it is not your blower motor resistor because what that does is resists too much electricity. If you turn it on high fan and it only blows slow then there is a malfunction in your blower motor itself.

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