Saab 900 Turbo 1984 blower motor needs replacement
Ugh! Do you have step by step details on how to remove the dashboard and get at the blower motor? Of course the manuals you pay for have like one sentence on the subject--remove blower motor. Thanks for the help. SG
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Re: Saab 900 Turbo 1984 blower motor needs replacement
You might try Alldata.com they will have a exploded parts diagram for your car, just like the dealer would have. Its 24.95 for a year, but its all I use. Go to the DIY section. Don't forget to vote. Thanks
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How to replace ****** in a car is long process and has many details i or other experts may miss. The best thing for you to do is access the factory manuals for this. The manuals can be downloaded for a small fee here.
The blower motor is located behind the firewall in the engine compartment.You can access it by removing the plastic cover above the firewall beneath the windshield.Remove the screws securing the firewall.You now have access to the blower motor but it has to be separated from the evaporator housing.The complete list of instruction are too many to list here.Go to the website SAABNET and do a search on the bulletin board New Generation 900 section and post your question.You can print the instructions out.
Yes, but to remove the heater blower motor, you have to remove the wiper motor and linkage first. Then unclip the pollen filter from over the heater motor and disconnect the wiring from the heater motor. Remove the bolts on the pollen filter frame and remove the frame. Remove the screw holding the wiring socket to the bulkhead as well as the screws securing the heater motor. After that, you should be able to lift the heater motor from the bulkhead.