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Climate control blows hot air only after blower motor was replaced

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Take it back to the shop where the blower motor was replaced. Make sure no links were inadvertently disconnected and/or bound up by a wire or similar. It sounds like the air diverter has stuck in position.

Check to ensure that the compressor is engaged as well (for AC and/or defrost).

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Sounds like something got left loose or disconnected in the process of taking is apart.

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SOURCE: problem with air blower...

BlowerMotor Relay is Located On Driver Side in Engine Compartment and is the LARGE Relay in center of box CLOSEST to you If you are Standing On the Driver side of Car This is A Culpret, Also the "BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR" also can Cause What You describe.
I HAVE PICTERS AND Manual Info But need Email Address to send as FixYa Wont Exept this Type of Files

Blower Unit Components Replacement

Note these items when overhauling the blower unit:


The recirculation control motor, the power transistor ), the blower motor (C), and the dust and pollen filters (D) can be replaced without removing the blower unit.

  • Before reassembly, make sure that the recirculation control linkage and doors move smoothly.
  • After reassembly, make sure the recirculation control motor runs smoothly.

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BlowerMotor Relay is Located On Driver Side in Engine Compartment and is the LARGE Relay in center of box CLOSEST to you If you are Standing On the Driver side of Car This is A Culpret, Also the "BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR" also can Cause What You describe.
I HAVE PICTERS AND Manual Info But need Email Address to send as FixYa Wont Exept this Type of Files

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Note these items when overhauling the blower unit:


The recirculation control motor, the power transistor ), the blower motor (C), and the dust and pollen filters (D) can be replaced without removing the blower unit.
  • Before reassembly, make sure that the recirculation control linkage and doors move smoothly.
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