Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I believe it's my blower fan next to the heater core (in the engine bay on the outside of the firewall.) I can feel a small vibration in the motor housing (when I can bear the noise) and have to assume it is the fan because when I disconnect the power connector, no noise. I can still feel the heat so I know the heater core is not going out.
If there are bearings in the motor, is it possible to just remove the blower and somehow relube it? Or do I have to just replace the blower.
My truck is just over 100K, runs great, but don't want to spend a lot more on it. Thanks for any help.
You will probably have to replace the motor they are usually sealed units. You might be able to get oil to one of the bushings but it will not last too long, it's probably worn out.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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