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Re: heater blower noisy
There should not be no more then three screws and unplug and the blower is out and you say its noisy check for leaves and to make sure the blower is not hitting anything before you go to buy another one.
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Take it apart and clean it out as much as you can. Cleaner ( like lysol spray?) may help. Take the blower motor out-that should be easy to get to-and clean out that cavity.
It is the resistor pack, not the switch, for the blower speed problem. See if you can take the glove box off or out. Look for the resistor-it is somewhere on the heater case, and easily replaced. Only one or two screws that hold it, and the electrical connector, and it's free.
This is a common problem. It is much more common in vehicles that do not move for several days at a time. It is usually caused by rodents getting into the blower housing and building nests.
The blower motor assembly must be removed to clean out the debris. Here are the instructions for your vehicle:
Removal and Installation
Disconnect the negative battery cable.Remove right front door scuff plate. Remove kick panel. Remove lower dash trim panel.Unplug blower motor connector.Remove blower motor.To install, reverse removal procedure.
removal of the blower motor is quite easy. you can access it from the passenger foot area. remove the glove box by removing the limit rod screw and squeezing the sides of the glove box together to remove. You can now better visualize the area. remove a few plastic clips that hold an electronics shelf and move it aside. remove the electrical connection to the blower ( take note of orientation of plug so that you put the motor back in the correct position) remove three screws that hold the blower in place. Pull blower assembly down. clean or replace blower. Rockauto.com sells a complete blower and fan assembly for very little $.