Heater Blower Motor Switch Resistor for all 1965-1966 Mustangs and all 1967 Mustangs without Air Conditioning.Electrical components are one of those types of parts in all cars that are the first to wear out and stop functioning properly. If the heater blower has stopped working in your early model Mustang, chances are the motor switch resistor has blown or shorted out.
This is a direct replacement part for the factory original heater blower motor switch resistor in all 1965-1966 Mustangs and all 1967 Mustangs without an air conditioning system installed. This Heater Blower Motor Switch Resistor is installed directly on to the heater box and regulates the flow of current into the motor, ultimately regulating the speed at which the heater blower motor runs. Without this resistor functioning properly, you can bank on some cold cabin temperatures!
|Fits 1962-1967 Ford Fairlanes|
|Fits 1966-1967 Mercury Comets|
|Fits 1966-1967 Ford Falcons|
|Fits 1964-1966 Ford Thunderbirds|
|Fits 1967 Mercury Cougars|
|Fits 1962-1964 Ford Galaxies|
These resistors often fail and prevent the blower motor from turning on. So if the resistor on the heater blower motor has stopped working, or is broken or missing, this is the part you need to get that heater blower motor pushing out the hot air and keeping you warm once again!
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Will this resistor work on my 1966 mustang, 289, without an air conditioner?
Is there a different switch for a 66 with AC
Where are the fasteners that attach it to the box? How are they installed?
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