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Old 08-13-2011, 12:23 PM   #1
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I have an 03 Fleetwood Fiesta 31h. It is a Ford V10 Triton engine. My dashboard blower fan stopped working. I looked in manual to find the fuse diagram and to my chagrin there isn't one. Can someone tell me the position of fan fuse or better yet a diagram of this? Also is there an easy way to access this area...holy moly, I feel like a snake trying to reach this area by the drivers seat.
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Welcome ersel to irv2.
If its a Workhorse chassis here is the fuse layout for it.
It could be one of the Body Builder fuses.
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It's a Ford chassis, not a Workhorse (unless Workhorse started using Ford engines!).
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Look under the dash on the passenger side and check to see if the wire(s) may have come loose from the spade connectors that feed the fan motor. I had the same problem and upon checking I found the red (hot lead) must have been a bit loose and had been arcing as the connector was burnt. I had to replace the female spade connector.

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Fuse 7 in the fuse panel by the driver is listed as 'blower motor relay coil' 15 amp.
Fuse 23 in the fuse panel in the engine compartment "blower motor feed" 40 amp
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And relay 5 in the fuse panel in the engine compartment "blower motor relay"
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Owners manual lacks diagrams. Anybody have them?
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Link to ford manual http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdi...d=&kevin=rules Owners guid is on the left hand side of the page, no log in required.

This link is in the second item down on this forum.
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Owners manual lacks diagrams. Anybody have them?
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