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1998-02 Lincoln Town Car Heater Blower Motor with Fan Cage - 1AHCX00065

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This Lincoln Town Car blower motor with fan cage is a new, aftermarket replacement part. It is just what you need to bring your heating and A/C blower system back to good working order! This assembly has the following

Specifications:

  • New, not remanufactured or rebuilt
  • Includes blower motor fan cage impeller already installed
  • Direct replacement
  • Replaces dealer part numbers: YW1Z 19805 CA, XF3Z 18504 AA, YW1Z19805CA, XF3Z18504AA
  • Built to strict quality control standards
  • 100% tested prior to leaving the factory

If you are experiencing intermittent stopping during use, squealing noise from bearings, or poor air flow from your dash vents this may be your solution.

Our electrical and electronic parts are subject to strict quality control testing. Please ensure proper diagnosis of this item before purchasing as the item cannot be returned once installed or plugged in.

Left Hand Drive Note:

“All of our auto parts are intended for Left Hand Drive USDM vehicles and might not have been tested on Right Hand Drive platforms. If your vehicle is Right Hand Drive, please do your research prior to making a purchase to ensure the part is correct for your specific vehicle.”

Item Condition: New

Attention California Customers:

WARNING:  This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Lifetime Warranty

This item is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. In the event this item should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser.

  1. step : Remove the AC Fan Blower Motor (0:54)
    • Move the windshield wiper fluid reservoir by unbolting the 8 mm bolt.
    • Disconnect the wiring harness connection from the blower motor
    • Unbolt the inner fender to push it out of the way.
    • Remove the blower motor by unbolting the 8 mm bolts.
    • Pull the blower motor out and pull off the rubber boot from the wiring harness.
  2. step : Install the new AC Fan Blower Motor (3:40)
    • Thread the rubber boot onto the wiring of the new blower motor
    • Bolt the blower motor into the vehicle.
    • Secure the inner fender by replacing the 8 mm bolt.
    • Bolt the windshield wiper reservoir back in.

Tools needed for replacement:

    Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 8mm Socket

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Excellent how to video
It was the correct part and after watching the video, it was installed in about 30 minutes. Probably saved $300.
January 7, 2018
worked very well !!
The motor was easy to install, worked very well and was quieter than the old motor.
August 20, 2018
Will this fit my car? Add a vehicle to make sure
Customer Q&A
Ask a question to 1A Auto customers who purchased the product
My ac completely stopped blowing all of a sudden. All speeds and all settings i.e. defrost and floor direction. Do you think this is my problem or the blower motor resistor? Fuse under driver dash is fine although I havent checked anything. With a volt meter. Please advise thanks
DOMINICK M December 1, 2015
Hello, Though we cannot diagnose on an email, you will have to properly diagnose with a volt meter at the BM connector. With the ignition key in the on/acc position, turn on the blower fan to any speed. Check at the connector. You should see a lower voltage the slower the speed setting. As you go up in speed, youll see a voltage variant upwards. Say low speed 4V, Med 8V and High 12V. If you do not see ANY voltage, you can start looking at other items like the resister or the ac/heat control module. You can also test the BM by doing a hard wire directly to a 12V source like your battery. Simple power and ground to see if the fan spins up. Good Luck
Brian F December 1, 2015
My system did the very same thing and it was the blower motor Beware there are a couple of different styles so make sure you order the right one
Myron W January 25, 2017
Check to make sure you have power going to the blower motor. Using a good voltage meter can save a lot of time and money.
Ivan H October 23, 2017
Hey, i just want to make sure that when i buy this product do i need anything else besides tools? When i got it, i will replace it as shown in the video, is that it? Thanks.
Matt Y January 21, 2016
As long as you only need to replace the blower motor you will not. Have a great day!
Derek C January 21, 2016
Yes everything you need will be included in your purchase except for tools.
BRYAN M January 21, 2016
All you will need are the tools but it would not fit in my 2001 Lincoln Town car even though it said it should. I contacted 1Aauto and they accepted the return, refunded my money and told me that they did not have one for my car.
SINISSIA W January 22, 2016
Yep it went in just like it showed in video. Just make sure you check that there is nothing inside housing like a paper towel or anything else to block the fan. Have a good day hope this helps.
Edward K January 24, 2016
Hey, I have another question if you mind to answer. We change this part when a/c works but doesnt blow at all or heater doesnt blow. Am i correct? If it doesnt work, what would happen?
Matt Y January 21, 2016
Yes, this will generally need to be changed if you can not get heat or ac to blow air at all. The motor will generally not work at all if broken due to it being an electrical motor. If your motor is not working it can be due to other electrical issues as well, but this is the most common fix.
Derek C January 21, 2016
Check your relay of fuse
Matthew Y February 1, 2017
Its most likely the relay fuse.
Tom T July 24, 2017
Check the blower fan first with a test light to see if power is going to the blower fan
P E September 10, 2018
Year Make Model Description
1998-2002Lincoln Town Car Lincoln Town Car Heater Blower Motor with Fan Cage
Part #: 1AHCX00065


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How-to Video:

(07:01 min)