Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Chk on the firewall in engine compartment passenger side big black box
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It has been a long time since I've replaced one of those. From what I remember you don't have to go through pulling the heater box out. You do need to remove the glove box assembly. Look up under the passenger side of the dash. If you see the bulge of the motor/cover hanging straight down then remove the cover and the motor will be there. If you don't see that then te motor is mounted horizonally. If that is the case then the fresh air door assembly will need to be removed and it is behind that.
Here is a quick check to see if the motor is bad. Thump the bottom of the heater box by the passenger's feet. if the motor comes alive or makes noise then it is bad. Also check the fuse and make sure that it doesn't work on any speed. (the resistor would prevent operation on only one speed or more but generally not all speeds)
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
What you are thinking about doing is all "custom mods"...Nothing is impossible but what you are asking will take a huge pile of money and a lot of expertise. Corvette differentials are completely different and require extensive modifications to install, with very little benefit other than being "different" and a good conversation piece. Likely you would be better served by installing a diff made by Strange Engineering which would be far stronger. In a Camaro, you would also benefit more by using a good 350 engine (performance crate version) with a 700r4 transmission behind it (more reliable and less aggravation) The biggest problem would be getting a wiring harness and ignition system to operate the whole thing, but being a Chevy, there are a great number of suppliers of aftermarket harnesses to work with. That said, it will still take a heap of $ and experience to get it all together!!!
Good luck though!!!
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: 95 aerostar van the heater
the motor is on the passenger side firewall and is held in by 3 screws.you have to unplug the motor pull the screws and put the new motor in the same way
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: Blower motor 95 jeep Cherokee
I suffered a similar failure on my little Rover. I think you will find out the resistor on the blower has had it. It is probably similar in theory. The resistor block contains several resistors. As you alter the blower speed, different resistors are used. One of yours has obviously failed. You need to replace the resistor block, which may be located at the back of the engine bay, on the passenger side, under the wiper module. Or you can remove the resistor block and replace the failed resistor - a competent auto-electrician can do this, or advise you how to.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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