I have a 2010 ford expedition Xl limited and the front fan will not blow. The rear fan works.

Asked by May 09, 2015 at 09:05 AM about the 2010 Ford Expedition Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Same problem here, only intermittent and now rear also sometimes not working either.

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Had the same problem on my 2010 Exp. Assuming you have automatic climate controls the first thing to check is your wiring connector that attaches to the blower motor speed control module. It's under the glove box on the passenger side. Mine had gotten hot and I had some melted plastic in that connection. I could actually wiggle the connection and get it to work. My solution was to order the blower motor speed control module, replace the partially melted connector that attaches to the speed control module, and while I was at it I replaced the blower motor itself just in case it was drawing to much current. Hope that helps

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Right on. That worked. Apparently a purse, or briefcase pushed under the passenger side dash can temporarily disconnect the fan module control. Thanks

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Just had similar problem with 2014 Expedition, No front heater fan ( rear ok ). I wiggled the connector plug under dash extreme right passenger side and fan started.

Our 2013 Expedition had no defrost fn or AC fan the blower connector had been kicked and was not making good connection. wiggled and reseated blower worked like a champ

I have the same problem, but when we move the plug under dash star functioning but after some days, have the problem again.

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