Replacing Lincoln Connection on Blower Motor Speed Control

April 19, 2023
Some 2009-2017 Lincoln Navigator vehicles may exhibit inoperative or intermittent HVAC blower motor function at various fan speed settings.

Some 2009-2017 Lincoln Navigator vehicles may exhibit inoperative or intermittent HVAC blower motor function at various fan speed settings. This may be due to a poor electrical connection at the blower motor speed control.

If the blower motor speed control is faulty, in addition to replacing it, also replace the electrical connector pigtail harness #14S411 to avoid repeat repairs.

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