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Honda civic motor blower

Blower is working/making air, but making terrible noise and vibration. seems like the fan wheel is slipping or wobbling on the spindle/shaft. could the fan connection be the problem, or more likely, the usual blower motor replacement the cure?

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Would probably be easier to replace the motor. The bearings in it have probably worn out.

Posted on Feb 08, 2014

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Under glove compartment passenger side there is 4 screws that holds the blower in place loosen them and you will access the blower to clean it out.

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you need to remove your glove box assy.(beleave only 2 screws and pivot clips) make sure its not anything from glove box that has slipped behind. once box is out uf way you can access easier the blower motor assy. it actually attaches into blower box from bottom side. when looking at you will find three screw/bolts fastening motor to casing. remove those and then slowly lower motor and fan cage(attached to motor shaft) out from housing. sometimes it takes a little convincing to come out but not real tough. once out you most likely find the object causing noise in fan cage or resting up on lip area of housing unit. once found install in reverse order. let me know if this helps or if we need to dig a little deeper into! good luck!
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Its actually really easy. Take the glove box out. There should be 4 bolts that hold it on. You will see a white container directly behind where the glove box sat. On the bottom of that container your blower motor will be mounted. There is one plug that goes to the blower motor. There are 3 screws that hold the blower motor on. Now depending on your tools you may or may not have to pull the white container off to get the blower motor out. To take the container out you will find 2 silver straps that hold it on. There will be 4 bolts between the two straps. Just unplug the wires that go to that box and the cable that controls the vent (or wire for CRX's) and the box should slide right out and you can change the motor that way.

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ok well its possible there may be something stuck in the blower motor under the passenger side dash. ..or the blower motor itself could be on its way out, sometimes leaves or sticks from trees and even stove inside the glove box can find their way into the windshield cowling and into your blower motor..u can remove it to check by unplugging its white connector and remove the 8mm bolts that secure it into the heater core box..its very easy to remove..the 8mm bolts / screws should also have a phillips head on them...

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