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Replace blower motor

How do I remove the climate control blower motor on my 1996 Audi A4?
I need to replace the bushes on it

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    Blower has stopped, very occasionally comes on for de mister for a few seconds then stops, I think it could be the bushes, but how do I get to the fan/motor?

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Check out http://forums.audiworld.com/forum

tons of help to be had there.

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Hello! it's my job to make things as easy for the customer as possible...Therefore I must ask why you want to replace the heater switch? Is it because you have lost one or two of the switch speeds? Your vehicle is noted for loss of the Blower Motor Resistor...
Changing the Heater switch means removal of the Climate Control Assembly which is not the easiest of jobs...I've included the process...But are you sure the blower resistor is OK? If you have lost 1,2, or all blower motor speeds it's more than likely the Resistor pack. And a lot easier to change...
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  1. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel...
  1. Remove the 3 climate control assembly screws...
  1. Disconnect the climate control assembly vacuum connector...
  1. Disconnect the 5 climate control assembly electrical connectors...
  1. Remove the climate control assembly..
Removal of blower motor Switch:
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  1. Remove the blower motor switch.
    1. Remove the screw.
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Removal of blower motor Resistor:


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Blower Resistor is under the battery tray...

MOTORCRAFT Part # YH1698 ...cost $25

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