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Need to know how difficult it is to change a blower motor in this car

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Should take about 1/2 hr and is located straight up from behind glove box

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: No action from Blower motor in 1993 Ford Econoline

the blower motor in under the hood on the passenger side of the van. it has three screws that hold it in place and is ususally easy to change out

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SOURCE: Blower motor runs somethimes

Could be a faulty switch, or wire connector problem, and not necessarily the blower motor. You could save yourself $600 by doing a little troubleshooting to find the problem.

Try wiggling the wire connector at the blower and the switch. If it is the blower motor, spend a few dollars for a chilton's manual or haynes, and do it yourself.

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