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How is electrical wire disconnected underneath the coolant tank?

How is electrical wire disconnected underneath the coolant recovery tank?

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  • Anonymous May 27, 2010

    What kind of question is that? What do you want to know?

  • hdreyn1 May 27, 2010

    The 2001 Aurora has a sensor inside the coolant tank. There is a connection from this sensor that protrudes through the bottom of the coolant tank that an electrical wire is attached.

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Blower Motor Removal & Installation W/O Air Conditioning Blower Motor (W/O Air Conditioning) gm-10-00-634.gif

To Remove:
  1. Remove the PCM.
  2. Remove the coolant reservoir.
  3. Remove the rear coolant recovery reservoir mounting stud.
  4. Disconnect the cooling tube from the blower motor.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor.
  6. Remove the blower motor mounting bolts.
  7. Remove the blower motor insulating cover.
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  7. Cut through the access cover on the cut line using a sharp utility knife.
  8. Disconnect the cooling tube from the blower motor.
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  1. Install the blower motor.
  2. Install the blower motor mounting bolts.
  3. Connect the cooling tube to the blower motor.
  4. Install the blower motor access cover.
  5. Install the blower motor access cover retaining screws.
  6. Using black weather-strip adhesive, seal the cut line.
  7. Connect the blower motor electrical connector.
  8. Reposition the PCM connectors.
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Blower Motor Removal & Installation W/O Air Conditioning Blower Motor (W/O Air Conditioning) gm-10-00-634.gif

To Remove:
  1. Remove the PCM.
  2. Remove the coolant reservoir.
  3. Remove the rear coolant recovery reservoir mounting stud.
  4. Disconnect the cooling tube from the blower motor.
  5. Disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor.
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To Remove:
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    Do not cut any deeper than necessary in order to remove the access cover.
  7. Cut through the access cover on the cut line using a sharp utility knife.
  8. Disconnect the cooling tube from the blower motor.
  9. Remove the blower motor mounting bolts.
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To Install:
  1. Install the blower motor.
  2. Install the blower motor mounting bolts.
  3. Connect the cooling tube to the blower motor.
  4. Install the blower motor access cover.
  5. Install the blower motor access cover retaining screws.
  6. Using black weather-strip adhesive, seal the cut line.
  7. Connect the blower motor electrical connector.
  8. Reposition the PCM connectors.
  9. Install the rear coolant recovery reservoir mounting stud.
  10. Install the coolant reservoir.
  11. Install the PCM.
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Fig. 1: Blower motor assembly and resistor locations


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  2. If equipped, remove the Vehicle Control Module (VCM) from the engine compartment.
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See Figure 6
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. If equipped, remove the Vehicle Control Module (VCM) from the engine compartment.
  3. Remove the coolant recovery reservoir.
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  5. Unplug the electrical connector(s) from the blower motor, as necessary.
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  7. Disconnect the harness from the blower motor.
  8. Use a razor or utility knife to cut through the cover on the cut line as neatly as possible because the access cover has to be reinstalled.
  9. Starting with upper half of the cover, tear the remaining part of the access cover from the remaining portion. Then remove the lower half of the cover in the same manner.
  10. Remove the blower motor assembly.

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  1. Install the blower motor assembly.
  2. Connect the two halves of the access cover together using the three flange clips.
  3. Using black duct tape, place a piece of the tape along the bottom lower edge of the lower half of the lower cover only. The tape has to be the full width of the cover.
  4. Install the access cover onto the case.
  5. Install the screw and align the cut areas.
  6. Seal the cut areas using black weaterstrip adhesive. Do not use RTV to seal the assembly. The weatherstrip adhesive bead should be as straight as possible to ensure a neat and professional finish to the cover. Allow the adhesive to set at least 15 minutes until it skins over.
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Fig. 2: Cut the blower motor access along the dotted line shown in this illustration

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  6. Matchmark and remove the hood latch from the radiator support.
  7. Detach the upper hose and coolant reserve tank hose from the radiator.
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  9. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  10. Remove the engine cooling fan if not yet done.
  11. If equipped, remove the splash panel below the radiator outlet hose. Detach the lower hose from the radiator.
  12. If equipped, disconnect and plug the lower oil cooler line.
  13. Carefully lower the vehicle.
  14. If equipped with air conditioning, remove the radiator to condenser bolts. Unbolt the refrigerant line clamp. Do not disconnect the lines.
  15. Remove the mounting bolts and clamp, then the shroud (if equipped) and carefully lift the radiator out of the engine compartment.
To install:
  1. Lower the radiator into position.
  2. Install the mounting clamps and bolts, including those associated with air conditioning parts.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. If equipped, attach the automatic transaxle cooler lines.
  5. Connect the lower hose(s) and attach the splash shield if equipped.
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  1. Carefully lower the vehicle.
  2. If not already done, install the electric cooling fan, then attach the electrical connector(s).
  3. Connect the upper hose and coolant reserve tank hose.
  4. Install the hood latch and strut brace.
  5. Fill the system with coolant.
  6. Connect the negative battery cable, then start the engine. Run the vehicle until the thermostat opens, fill the radiator and recovery tank to their correct levels, then check the automatic transaxle fluid level.
  7. Turn the engine OFF , then once the vehicle has cooled, recheck the coolant level.
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