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I have 93 nissan altima and i dont where to locate the heater core and AC blower motor

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Passenger side of the car, under the dash board

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Heater Core REMOVAL & INSTALLATION NOTE: Factory "Removal and Installation" procedures were not available at the time this manual was published. The following procedure should be used as a guide. Refer to the exploded view of the heater system and modify the service steps as necessary.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Set the TEMP lever to the HOT position.
  3. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
  4. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater unit.
  5. At this point, the manufacturer suggests you remove the front seats. To do this, remove the plastic covers over the ends of the seat runners, both front and back, to expose the seat mounting bolts. Remove the bolts and remove the seats.
  6. Remove the console box and the floor carpets.
  7. Remove the instrument panel lower covers from both the driver's and passenger's sides of the car. Remove the lower cluster lids.
  8. Remove the left-hand side ventilator duct.
  9. Remove the radio, sound balancer and stereo cassette deck, if equipped.
  10. Remove the instrument panel stay.
  11. Remove the rear heater duct from the floor of the vehicle.
  12. Remove the center ventilator duct.
  13. Remove the left and right-hand side air guides from the lower heater outlets.
  14. Label and disconnect the electrical harness.
  15. Remove the screws at the bottom sides of the heater unit and the screw at the top of the unit.
  16. Remove the unit, together with the heater control assembly. NOTE: On late model vehicles, the heater control cables and control assembly may have to be removed before the heater unit is removed. Always mark control cables before removing them to ensure correct adjustment and proper operation. To install:
  17. Install the heater unit, together with the heater control assembly.
  18. Install the screws at the bottom sides of the heater unit and the screw at the top of the unit.
  19. Connect the electrical harness.
  20. Install the left and right-hand side air guides on the lower heater outlets.
  21. Install the center ventilator duct.
  22. Position the rear heater duct on the floor of the vehicle.
  23. Install the instrument panel stay.
  24. Install the radio, sound balancer and stereo cassette deck, if equipped.
  25. Install the left-hand side ventilator duct.
  26. Install the instrument panel lower covers. Install the lower cluster lids.
  27. Install the console and the floor carpets.
  28. Install the front seats.
  29. Connect the heater hoses to the heater unit.
  30. Connect the negative battery cable.
  31. Refill and bleed the engine with coolant.
  32. Check for leaks. Adjust the coolant level as necessary.
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    Duane Wong Jul 31, 2010

    HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
    Blower Motor
    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION





    Fig. 1: Exploded view of the heater and air conditioning assembly — Altima







    Fig. 2: Exploded view of the heater and air coniditioning assembly — 240SX


    The blower motor is located under the passenger's side of the dashboard, attached to the bottom of the intake unit.


    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the glove box, as required.
    3. Disconnect the blower motor electrical harness.
    4. Disconnect the blower motor cooling tube, as required.
    5. Remove the screws that attach the blower motor to the heater unit.
    6. Remove the blower motor from the car.
      To install:

    7. Inspect the blower wheel for damage, and replace it as necessary. Replace the blower motor mounting seal.
    8. Position the blower motor on the heater unit and install the screws. Center the unit in the opening and tighten the screws securely.
    9. If applicable, attach the blower motor cooling tube.
    10. Connect the blower motor electrical harness.
    11. If applicable, install the glove box.
    12. Connect the negative battery cable.
    13. Check the blower for proper operation at all speeds.

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Jul 31, 2010

    HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
    Blower Motor
    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION





    Fig. 1: Exploded view of the heater and air conditioning assembly — Altima







    Fig. 2: Exploded view of the heater and air coniditioning assembly — 240SX


    The blower motor is located under the passenger's side of the dashboard, attached to the bottom of the intake unit.


    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the glove box, as required.
    3. Disconnect the blower motor electrical harness.
    4. Disconnect the blower motor cooling tube, as required.
    5. Remove the screws that attach the blower motor to the heater unit.
    6. Remove the blower motor from the car.
      To install:

    7. Inspect the blower wheel for damage, and replace it as necessary. Replace the blower motor mounting seal.
    8. Position the blower motor on the heater unit and install the screws. Center the unit in the opening and tighten the screws securely.
    9. If applicable, attach the blower motor cooling tube.
    10. Connect the blower motor electrical harness.
    11. If applicable, install the glove box.
    12. Connect the negative battery cable.
    13. Check the blower for proper operation at all speeds.

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Jul 31, 2010

    Click on the exploded view illustration and the 'intake unit' has the blower motor in it, on the right (underneath the glove compartment)

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Jul 31, 2010

    the blower motor is underneath the glove compartment in the intake unit.

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For the heater core follow the hose that lead back into the firewall, this is where it is located, which will be on the passenger side behide the glovebox, the a/c blower is also in the dash

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