Question about 1988 Chevrolet Nova
Robbi, I know it sucks not having a blower but in my experience replacing my blower fan at home , I would not recommend tackling the job in cold weather. Even in the warmth of the Minnesota summer it was a bear to reach up underneath the dash to reach the three soft metal screws. I stripped the head on one but was able to get it out with my vise grips. The second one came out fine but I had to use a mirror to get a vantage peir at the head. The last one was right in front. and was easy to remove.once the screws are out you need to wrestle with the cage to shimmy it out of the housing. And yes, I took the motor apart and it was the brushes that were warn to the nibbins.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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