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Old 09-13-2015, 01:17 PM   #1
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How do I unplug this connector?(pics)

As stated I think the fan connector wire is cooked causing the fan not to come on.

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Hmmm...trying to understand the question. It looks like you unplugged it already?
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Hmmm...trying to understand the question. It looks like you unplugged it already?

It's was the gray peice on pic 1 I ended up getting it. Now my issue is what is this called and how do I get one.


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You will probably need to buy the entire harness. It looks like there might be a part number on that label that is on it. Other than a Ford dealer, you might search a salvage yard for a used one.
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As stated I think the fan connector wire is cooked causing the fan not to come on.

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go to any good parts house ask for a cooling fan connector pigtail,will come with 6/8 inchs wire.solder on and use heat shrink pver solder joints.or like someone else said go to junk yard with wire cutters and snip one off
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go to any good parts house ask for a cooling fan connector pigtail,will come with 6/8 inchs wire.solder on and use heat shrink pver solder joints.or like someone else said go to junk yard with wire cutters and snip one off

from looks of connector,fan motor bad, drawing to much current melted plug. replace pigtail and fan motor
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from looks of connector,fan motor bad, drawing to much current melted plug. replace pigtail and fan motor

Good point. Best to find the cause of that burnt connector and fix it. Of course it could be that the connection at that point was bad.


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Good point. Best to find the cause of that burnt connector and fix it. Of course it could be that the connection at that point was bad.


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Turned out just the wire was bad. Fan motor still good so happy


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turned out just the wire was bad. Fan motor still good so happy


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what was the amp draw on fan?
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It's was the gray peice on pic 1 I ended up getting it. Now my issue is what is this called and how do I get one.


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Looks like a ford part number on there. Go to the parts department at your local ford dealer...
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That part is called a blower resistor, it's what provides different fan speeds for your HVAC system.
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