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I have a 2000 Carolla. The fan motor for the heater/air conditioner is making a lot of noise and is not blowing air into the passenger compartment. How difficult is it for a home attempt at fixing. Eg. Can I replace the heater motor or do I have to take it to a dealer. If I have to take it to a dealer what is the dealer cost to repair. Do you have a suggestion about other online resources.

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  • sst_us Oct 11, 2008

    heater blower motor is noisy and needs replaced. How?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Make sure the fan air intake is not obstructed before you do anything.

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Check your car fan rotation, it should be moving in clock wise direction. If it is on anti-clock wise direction swap the cable, neagtive to positive and vise verse.

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