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Fixing an 01 alero, but the only cars i can pull parts from are a 1999 and/or a 2000 alero. just need to know if a heater core and blower motor from the latter model year will fit the former... thanks

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SOURCE: heater blower motor wiring diagram

replace the bolwer motor relay mounted on the fire wall the relay is stuck in the on poition.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 alero window tracking broke, need to know how to fix it

those little plastic pieces are the weak link of the assembly. You can't just replace them in this throw away society. I bought an aftermarket window regulator on E-bay for around $40.00 and it works fine 3 years later. Do a search for Alero window regulators . It is not a hard job to install either. Good luck

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to know the location of the blower motor

under the dash on the passenger or under the hood on the passenger side

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 4dr alero 3.4 v6. heater blower

check blower motor relay but it sound like blower motor control switch is bad.

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Alero, heater blower only works on the two highest position?

The blower motor is located on the passenger side of the vehicle next to the blower motor. Run the fan on high and listen for the blower motor location if in question. The resistor will be mounted into the heater case and held in by two screws.
Good Luck

Posted on Mar 12, 2010

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1998 Ford Contour. The heater blower stopped suddenly. I checked all the fuses, good. I removed the blower and hooked it to 12 volts. Whoosh! It almost spun out of my hand. I checked the plug into the...


I dont know what these other guys are saying..I think they snif the glue!!! YOUR BLOWER FAN ASSEMBLY CAN EASILY BE REMOVED !!
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2.Find the "tab on the housing and pull it down while rotating the fan housing counter clockwise. This will remove the fan assembly. Plage 12 volts on the contacts to test the motor. If it works then the resister pack is blown. On the fan housing (near firewall ) you will see a plug going into a square looking box with a screw in it. Remove the wire then remove the screw to remove the resistor pack.. A new resistor pack is around 20 dollars at a ford dealer. Hope thie "FREE" info helps!

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Aircondition blows hot air on normal but blows cold air on max


The temp blend door rotates between allowing heat through the heater core, or cold air through the a/cevaporator, or a blending of the 2 by being anywhere between the two.

I would check the heater a/c control head first and hope it's just the control head.
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here is a descripton of the system.

Section 12-03A: Air Conditioning, Heater System, Manual, Ranger and Explorer 1996 Ranger and Explorer Workshop Manual
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION A/C-Heater System, Manual The manual air conditioning/heater system used in these vehicles is a split-case, blend air design. This design includes the following major components:
  • An A/C evaporator housing (19850) which is attached to the engine compartment side of the dash panel (01610). This assembly includes: (1) the A/C evaporator core (19860), (2) the suction accumulator/drier (19C836), (3) the A/C cycling switch (19E561), (4) an internal, A/C evaporator core orifice (19D990) located inside the inlet line to the A/C evaporator core, (5) a blower motor (18527), (6) a blower motor wheel (18504), (7) a heater blower motor switch resistor (18591), and (8) the A/C evaporator case (19897).
  • A heater air plenum chamber (18471) which attaches to the passenger compartment side of the dash panel. This assembly includes: (1) the outside/recirculating air inlet door, (2) the panel door, (3) the floor defrost door, (4) the temperature blend door, and (5) the heater core (18476).
  • Other components which link and/or control the heating and air conditioning systems include: (1) the A/C control (19980), (2) the ducts and registers, (3) the windshield defroster hose nozzle (18490), (4) the control cables, (5) the vacuum lines, (6) the refrigerant tubes and hoses, (7) the A/C compressor (19703), and (8) the A/C condenser core (19712).
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The A/C control (19980) assembly consists of three main parts:
  • The function selector knob, a vacuum selector valve combined with an internal electrical switch.
  • Heater blower motor switch (18578), an electrical switch that provides four speeds of A/C blower motor operation.
  • A temperature control knob, which controls the position of the temperature blend door mounted on A/C evaporator housing (19850) assembly.
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Temperature Control
The temperature selector actuates a variable resistance switch. This switch varies the voltage to an electric actuator used to position the temperature blend door. Positioning the temperature control in any position between COOL and WARM causes the temperature blend door to direct more or less outside air through or around the heater core (18476) for whatever proportion of heated or unheated outside air is desired. The air blends together as it leaves the heater core and enters the heater air plenum chamber (18471) for distribution.
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System Airflow Description Air is drawn into the system by the blower motor (18527) through the outside-recirc. door opening. The air is blown through the A/C evaporator core (19860) and then the heater core (18476) (when the temperature control is moved toward the WARM position). When the temperature blend door is in the maximum COOL position, the air bypasses the heater core. When the temperature control is moved to the right, away from the maximum COOL position, air passes through the heater core where it is warmed, and then mixed with the cool air before it is discharged through the registers. OFF
With the function selector in the OFF position, the outside-recirc. door is in the recirculated air position. It is closed to outside air and no air passes through the system. The blower motor is off. MAX A/C
NOTE: No temperature modulation is possible in the MAX A/C position.

In the MAX A/C position, the outside-recirc. air door is in the recirculated air position. All of the air discharges through the panel registers except for a small amount of floor bleed. The A/C compressor (19703) operates in this function control setting.
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You have to almost remove the dash to get this part out.
Removal
  1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
  1. NOTE: Refer to Section 01-12 for instrument panel removal and installation procedure.

    Loosen instrument panel (04320) and pull back from cowl.
  1. Remove A/C electronic door actuator motor electrical connector from bracket on A/C evaporator housing.
  1. Remove three A/C electronic door actuator motor retaining screws.
  1. NOTE: The mounting bracket remains in place on the A/C evaporator housing.

    Lift A/C electronic door actuator motor vertically approximately 12mm (1/2 inch) to disengage it from bracket and actuator shaft, then pull A/C electronic door actuator motor back toward passenger compartment.
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Apr 25, 2009 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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MY CAR WONT BLOW HEAT


The problem is A small device that is called A (blend door actuator )it is located on side of heater core under the dash its A small white box with wires coming out of it .it opens the valve so coolant can run through the heater core.
you can open it manualy with ascerw driver by pushing the temerature control door shaft that is located behind it up.this is only temprerary fix until you replace this part.

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