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tsutton
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Asked by tsutton Feb 01, 2010 at 04:07 PM about the 2005 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my fan is not blowing heat or air in 2005 Ford Taurus is it the blower motor or could it be something else

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Christopher Paden
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If you have not checked the fuse, I would do that first. Fuse number 31 underneath your dashboard by your brake pedal should be the fuse. Your cars manual can be found here https://www.flmowner.com/servlet/ContentServer? pagename=Owner/Page/OwnerGuidePage If that doesn't work then I would say that the resistor pack is bad, or you have a bad blower motor. If you have some technical savvy a volt meter you can probe the wires going to the motor. Set your fan to high, then probe the wires going to the blower motor, if you have around 12 volts then your motor is bad. If you don't have any power it is possible that your resistor back is bad.

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