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My heater/ac blower motor has apparently died. Was told to pull out the motor and test it to make sure it wasn't a circuit problem. Is this a simple thing to do? If it is the motor, is this just any easy swap fix? What parts should I be pricing out? Is this going to cost me a fortune? Any insight helps. Thanks
If you go to Auto Zone or other parts store, you can purchase a Haynes Manual, that will tell you how involved it is to do the work needed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the blower motor is not working, it could be a fuse, or the motor itself is bad, or the wiring to the motor has become discontinuous. Also a relay could be bad.
The most likely things to change are the blower motor, if a test light shows that it's getting current but is not turning.
It is not a belt. The belt turns the a/c compressor but does not affect the blower motor which is powered by electricity (not a belt, directly).
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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