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Old 09-01-2012, 09:22 PM   #1
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Something is wrong with my AC. It'll turn on and blow cold air but not hard. It's like it's on the first setting 1 and blowing a little but when I turn it up it doesn't change I don't see how it would work at all if the fan motor was broke or a relay. Has anyone had a similar problem??
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Can't remember the name of the part but it's easy to change. Its behind your glove compartment and it's only two bolts
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Can't remember the name of the part but it's easy to change. Its behind your glove compartment and it's only two bolts
I'm almost sure it's called the blower resistor.
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I'm almost sure it's called the blower resistor.
That's it!! Sorry I've been drinking vodka and Red Bull but that's the part and it's simple to change. Just open your glove compartment, push the slide locks in an bam there's the part ya need to switch out
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Old 09-03-2012, 10:11 AM   #5
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Hell yeah lol and thanks I'll check it out
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Old 09-03-2012, 10:13 AM   #6
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A buddy of mines car had this same issue. Cabin filter was plugged solid. We changed it out and it worked like new. His was right behind the glove box.
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Old 09-03-2012, 10:45 AM   #7
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Not sure on a mustang,,but most fords when the resister goes out you will lose one of your slow speeds but have high,,because high bypasses the resister ,,But if the resister fixes it,,change the cabin filter like mattz400 says because it might burn the resister again
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The cabin air filter on my 05 GT is in the engine compartment, passenger side, on the fire wall. Have to remove passenger side wiper cowl and its right there. 5 min job to change it.
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The cabin air filter on my 05 GT is in the engine compartment, passenger side, on the fire wall. Have to remove passenger side wiper cowl and its right there. 5 min job to change it.
Thats nice to know lol I've never changed mine ,looks like that's what I'll be doing tomorrow!
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Thats nice to know lol I've never changed mine ,looks like that's what I'll be doing tomorrow!
I replace my filter once a year. It's a 5 min job.

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Awesome thanks for the link! I'll definitely be changing that tomorrow I got the filter earlier today!
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Old 09-15-2012, 04:50 AM   #12
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I don't think it's your blower resistor. Normally your a/c will only work in the highest setting when it goes out. Sounds like you have a bad blower motor.
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