Question about Volkswagen Passat
Simply keep you hand on the casing and push the blower fan the other way. Its held in place by 3 poly/plastic/rubber grommets. DONT LOOSE THEM.
BATH IN WD40 and prepare the unit for putting back.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
This job calls for 1.1 hours warrenty work. Most small independant shops will charge you about $100 to $200 to swap it out plus the cost of the part.. Its not that difficult. Figure if you tackle this yourself plan on upwards of 3 hours. Get the part first before you pull it apart. That way you will be able to size it up in order to better understand what need to come off. If the smell only happens when you run the blower motor then its most likely the problem. Be sure to inspect the connector carefully when you get it apart. It may of melted.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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