Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by John Gouch, Jun 5, 2019.
I wish I never messed with it. Before I replaced the module it was better.
And it’s back to not working, I’m going to leave it to the shop. My meter says the relay gets proper voltage.
I got it fixed, the new ford module was bad out of the box. I went to autozone and grabbed another one for sh*ts and giggles and the fan works great.
Edit: broke AGAIN!!!!! Tapped the motor and it starts up again so here we go
Question for you Flexpedition. I bought the replacement wiring harness and had my shop install it, they replaced the connector but not the wires. Will this cause an issue in the future as the same (problematic) gauge wires are being used?
Purchased new connector, which is melted. Decided to check out motor speed controller connection side (male), its all melted too. I you replace one without replacing the other, you are only correcting half the problem. The resistance factor will still be high and got hot and melt again. Going to order an new speed controller also. Then I will replace both.
I replaced it with with wires it came with, so far no issues.
Make sure to check your wiring harness as to it melts and causes bad connections
I have a similiar problem. the AC appears to work well, BUT... no air comes out of the dash vents. it appears to all come out of the side defrost vents on top of the dash, or just leak out around the dash. you can hear the fan blowing hard, it's just not coming out of the dash vents. FWIW, what air we are getting is cold.
THEN... if i turn on the rear air, same thing. You can hear what sounds like a rear fan blowing hard, but no air is coming out of the rear vents.
Sounds like a blender door stuck
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