Question about 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier
Ok, So I am driving down the road and then i notice the Air Conditioning cut off on me. Or rather the blower stopped. Then smoke poured into my cabin. Freaked me out. So I turned the A/C off and pulled over to pop the hood in a parking lot. The smoke was isolated from where the Blower Motor is at next to the firewall of my car. I turned the car back on and then turned the A/C back on to see if I could observe the situation better. To my surprise, the air conditioning is back on to normal, blowing air. Mind you, the air smells like a burned out old campfire. Then later it stopped again, however with no smoke. Before I go trhough the hassle of taking things apart, I would like some advice on what it could be and what my possibilites are. I just got done replacing my Radiator fan motor.
Either something melted in the housing from the heater core or the blower motor went bad. It could also be that there is a crack somewhere in the ac line.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Testimonial: "something caught fire in the blower motor housing and caused the motor to seize up. causing a burning smell/smoke."
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