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Is This My Rear Blower Resistor Module? - 04 Mountaineer

My rear auxillary HVAC blower only works on high, so is this the 4-pin module I should replace on my 2004 Mountaineer from the interior tailgate area on the driver's side? With the module unplugged, the blower still works on high ... so I'm not sure.

Also, I can't find any info using Google on this Ford part number 2L2H-19A706-AA (as stamped on the module).

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated ..... Thanks









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Re: Is This My Rear Blower Resistor Module? - 04 Mountaineer

Yes it is.
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Re: Is This My Rear Blower Resistor Module? - 04 Mountaineer

I have a 2002 Mountaineer AWD. It does not have rear controls, only in the front. The fan only works on high, and everybody has said it's the resistor. The problem is that all of the schematics show the resistor behind the glove box, behind the 4X4 module, and it just isn't there. 2 weekends searching for this thing have produced nothing but frustration. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.

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