Blower motor on my 2000 town car quit. Has EATC. Fuses are ok. What is the most likely problem?

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Asked by Oct 30, 2011 at 06:52 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Town Car

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Hi Lincolnowner, The most likely problem is the Blower Controller. You can verify this by disconnecting the blower controller and placing a jumper between the two wide terminals in the socket attached to the wire harness. Doing so should cause the blower to run at high speed. If it does not run, then you may need a new blower motor. If it does run, then you most likely need a new blower controller. If you need a controller, you can find one here: www.cottage-technology.com/products/blower_controller Good luck, Tony

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