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Re: 1995 camaro hvac motor location
Drain the engine coolant into a suitable container.
the instrument panel glove compartment. Push in on the sides of the
compartment to release it, allowing access to the heater core.
The heater core can be damaged if too much force is applied to the heater core pipes during hose removal.
the heater module screws and remove the heater module assembly cover.
For vehicles equipped with A/C, remove the air conditioning evaporator
temperature sensor assembly from the heater and A/C cover.
Remove the heater core screw and clamp.
Remove the hose pipe clamp screw and the hose pipe clamp. Clamp off the heater hoses.
Fig. 1: Heater hose and pipe routing-3.4L engineFig. 2: Heater hose and pipe routing-3.8L engineFig. 3: Heater hose and pipe routing-5.7L engine
Disconnect the heater hoses from the pipes.
Remove the heater core by carefully pulling1995 camaro hvac motor location - 0900c152800b8724.jpg>
Fig. 4: Exploded view of the heater core removed from the heater module assemblyTo install:
Install the heater core and attach the heater hose assembly to the heater hose pipes. Note the following:
Lubricate the heater core pipes with petroleum jelly for ease of installation and to assure a good seal.
Be sure the seals around the heater pipes remain in place when installing.
verify that the seal is installed correctly, observe the seal from
inside the engine compartment. If the seal has leaks, apply a sealer
between the heater core pipes and the evaporator housing.
the hose pipe clamp and the bolt/screw. Unclamp the heater hoses.
Tighten the hose pipe clamp bolt/screw to 16 inch lbs. (1.8 Nm).
Install the heater core clamp and screw. Tighten the screw to 16 inch lbs. (1.8 Nm).
Install the heater module assembly cover and secure with the retaining screws. Tighten the screws to 18 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
Connect the negative battery cable.
Refill the cooling system. Operate the engine and check for leaks, add coolant if necessary.
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Which system ?
HVAC Systems - Manual HVAC Systems - Automatic
If automatic it's probably the blower motor control processor .
Blower Motor Control Processor
The blower motor control processor is an interface between the HVAC control module and the blower motor. The blower motor speed control, Blower motor speed signal, battery positive voltage and ground circuits enable the control processor to operate. The HVAC control module sends the commanded blower motor speed to the control processor through a 0 to 12-volt linear ramped blower motor speed control circuit. As the blower motor speed control voltage increases, the blower motor speed increases. The control processor sends the actual blower speed to the control module through a 0 to 12-volt blower motor speed signal circuit. The processor supplies 12volts to the blower motor through the blower motor voltage supply circuit. The control processor uses the blower motor ground as a low side control to adjust the blower motor speed.
I would disconnect your blower motor resistor then try fuse again, if it does'nt blow then it is either blower motor or resistor,these resistors are common for going bad/and or blower motor. Good luck let me know if you need more info or if this didn't fix it, I will research it more for you
Hello: Remove the panel under the passenger side of the dash, look to front of truck, you will see the blower, follow the wires from the blower motor to the module, remove the connector and see if the terminals are burnt. If so GM has a repair harness to replace the burnt connector, if you need it make sure you have the connector positioned correctly so you get the wires in the proper order. In some cases the module may also be burned and if so it should also be replaced.