Question about 1989 Volvo 740
I have the same year Volvo. Not sure if you checked the wiring and switch, but if you mechanically inclined, it is easy to get one from the junkyard and replace it. I don't know why my mechanic wanted $300 to do it. The blower is accessed from the passenger footwell side, mounted upside down. You have to remove some plastic guards. There are several small nuts to remove and one electrical plug. In my experience, there are a few different fan configurations, so it's best to remove yours first and take it to the junkyard to match. good luck.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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