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Old 09-17-2016, 10:42 AM   #1
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Dash fan speed switch

Anyone know the part number for this switch. Or how it comes off (blind reach to the back). I thought it would be the resister but I replaced it and the harness. The harness is only getting 12v on one of the wires.
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Old 09-17-2016, 10:48 AM   #2
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That looks exactly same as mine (1999 HR Imperial). All of the heater/air system is from Ford E series. As are park, tail and headlights. Hope this helps.
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That's exactly the same as my Freightliner too. I saw some the other day that looked similar on ebay

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Got it out by reaching through where the radio panel mounts. 1/4" nut driver on a short screw driver. Don't drop the short screw. It slides slightly towards the passenger side and comes out (remove knob from front)
Looks like my switch shorted to ground
Now to find part Motorcraft F4DH-19A642-AA

You can see the back on the right in the first picture. These phones are great for reaching in blind spots to see how it's attached.

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Don't know if the switch has any ground wiring attached , I'd think that , high motor amp draw , or loose corroded connections, would be more of a possibility.

When you get the switch and repair the wiring , check for excess heat with the fan running at the connections.
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Don't know if the switch has any ground wiring attached , I'd think that , high motor amp draw , or loose corroded connections, would be more of a possibility.



When you get the switch and repair the wiring , check for excess heat with the fan running at the connections.

Will do. I already replaced the wiring harness for the blower resister pack as well as replacing the resister pack. The female harness for the switch is a bit melted but the contacts look okay. I spayed them with. Deoxit to clean them. New switch wil best Napa on Monday.


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