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Heater blower motor

(1999 Ford Crown Victoria)
in Saint Paul, MN on November 12, 2010
Our heater blower is only blowing on high, which may indicate the resistor needs replacing. Do you know where this is located on a 1999 Crown??? I would appreciate your help.
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on November 12, 2010
It's straight from the manual:
Top right hand side, center of safety wall, on evaporator assembly.

If you still can't find it post an e-mail and I'll send you few diagrams and more info.

on December 07, 2010
ZeeTech, could you please email me a few diagrams w/more information? I would appreciate it. I am having trouble cuz there are 2 "units w/plugins" on the blower assembly and I am not sure which one is the resistor. Thanks again for your help!
on December 07, 2010
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