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Fan Motor My air conditioning has been replaced in a mitsubishi express van 1995 SJ series. That all works well now but the fan blower works poorly, at full speed it works as if on low speed, I bought new carbon brushes and that improved the blower speed slightly but still does not blow as well as it did when I first bought the van. The motor I bought was secondhand as the original the brushes were worn and the commutator segments gone, the commutator segments on this one were grooved and I placed the armature in a lathe and filed it down smooth and then used 2000grit to finish it off. Is there anything I can do to make the blowere blow more air, or can I replace it with a different motor?

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Go to a junkie and get another motor on the cheap / or check it out on ebay.

Posted on Mar 31, 2017

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SOURCE: Need to know how to get to the blower motor resistor for '02 mits

Number 2 is your blower motor resister.
Number 3 is a blend door (damper motor)
Number 4 Hose
Number 5 Blower Motor
Number 6 Blower Case
Open glove box you will see it on you left hand side
It will be a very tight fit, Sure take about 30 to 40 minture.
Let me know if this help you..


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Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: AC drained into blower motor...replaced moter and now wont work

Did you check the blower motor before installation?Check for a blown fuse,and a bad relay,also check the blower motor resister.I hope this was some help.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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The motor ,or the fan selector switch,and connector most likely are the problem,check the fan,it could be at fault,or the switch,and connector,as for the floorboard being wet,it is most likely the drain for the evaporator is stopped up,look directly below where the ac lines go in the firewall(in the car from under the hood)the drain will be there,blow it out with air pressure,like a air tank,and blow gun.Water will pour out like a water fall if you get it clear.If this was helpful,please rate,and thank you.

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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This may be a faulty Blower motor resistor, usually mounted inside the blower motor air box, or defective blower motor. There is no single Relay for the blower motor.

Posted on Dec 11, 2010

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Heater/Air Conditioning Fan


Are you talking about the blower motor or the radiator fan? The blower motor is under the glove box in the circular black plastic cover. This is very easy to replace, a new one cost about $50 and just plugs right in. There is a 30 amp heater fuse in front over the driver seat under the dash. It's above all the other fuses, its black and rectangular. If that's not it it may be the blower motor

But if its your radiator fan its another ball game. First try the fuses and the relay in the fuse box under the hood, driverside. If thats not it, it could be the fan motor. f the fan motor is burnt out thats easy. Thats $130 for a new motor at the auto store and there are only 3 bolts that hold the radiator fan assembly in. Pull that out, change the motor out (3 more bolts) and put it back in, plug it in and your done.

If the problem is in the radiator fan and not the blower motor it could also be a busted thermostat. Not horrible, but if you have the 1.9 liter engine you have to take of the distributor, to get to it. New thermostat is $8.

I had to replace the blower motor and the ac worked better than great after. My recent problem is in the radiator fan. Not coming on at all. I replaced the motor, the relay, the fuses, the thermostat (was also broken), and the problem persists. This is a worst case senario. I think I have it narrowed down to a fusible link, but have to locate them.

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