delayed blower motor start on cold mornings
Hey Guys, I have an odd situation that I need help with. The blower motor on my '08 Taurus will not kick on at any speed until the car has run for awhile, anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes. At some random point while driving, the blower will kick on an run normally for the rest of the day. I had a mechanic look at it and he replaced the blower resistor, but it was not the problem. I also exchanged the blower motor relay, but with no luck. I have also seen this issue on other manufacturer forums with many posts, but not one solved. Living here in Michigan, on a few ice cold mornings I was stuck with no blower. However, stayed above 50 degrees last night, started my car this morning, blower motor turned on immediately. Not sure how the blower motor is affected by low temps.
I also called the local Ford dealership service guy and he had never heard of this issue. Has anyone experienced this issue and managed to get it solved?
Last edited by Richman; 04-18-2019 at 08:45 AM.