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How to locate and remove heater blower motor on 1969 corvette

Exploded view blower motor for 1969 corvette

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  • Lonnie Roberts Apr 15, 2009

    The battery is behind the driver's seat in it's own compartment on a 1969 corvette

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Did you look under the passenger side fender beyond the battery ?

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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Im looking for a spark plug wirng diagram for a 1966 corette 427


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How to replace a blow fan motor on 2000 maxima


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Exploded view of blower and cooling unit

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Removing blower and cooling unit

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Discharge the A/C system.
  3. Disconnect or remove the following:
    • Negative battery cable.
    • Two refrigerant lines from the engine compartment

    NOTE Cap the A/C lines to prevent moisture from entering the system.

    • Glove box and mating trim
    • Thermal amp connector
    • Intake sensor connector
    • Fan control amp, blower motor connector
    • Blower motor and cooling unit
    • Separate the blower and cooling unit case, remove evaporator
    • Three bolts and motor from blower case
  4. To install, reverse removal procedure.
  5. Recharge A/C system.

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A/c blower motor for 2003 corvette


Yea leafs and other debris can get in and cause the noise. Remove the blower, thoroughly clean the fins and reinstall. This should take care of the noise.

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Wipers only work on occasion


If the 1991 is anything like th 1969 to 1982, the ground is open under the dash at the wiper switch. Check for the ground at the wiper motor when the wipers decide not to work. Grounding is problematic on a fiberglass bodied vehicle. Hope this is of help.

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