how to install a blower resistor on 2006 towncar

Asked by Mar 23, 2013 at 10:38 PM about the 2006 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Disassemble your blower motor and expose the electronics inside. Inspect the resistors in your blower motor. They are either a small coil with electrical connections or are a removable part of an integrated circuit board. Damaged resistors may appear and smell burnt, or look melted. Remove the screws holding the resistor to the board, then remove the resistor from the motor. Insert the replacement resistor in the same place as the old one and secure it with screws. Ensure that no stray wires or connections are touching the resistor.

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