Question about Acura Legend
Replacing a blower motor in any vehicle is a time consuming job. The price of the blower motor is normally only 25% of the price of the repair. The other 75% is labor. As to telling you how to do it, I do not think you will find anyone who can give you detailed instructions. It is just a matter of removing enough of the dash to get to the motor. I can advise you to take photos as you go along to use as a guide when reassembling all the parts you remove. Also go very slow and be careful not to break any of the dash parts. Some are held on with screws and some are held on with clips. Open the hood and see where the heater hoses go through the firewall to see where the heater core is located and this will give you an idea where to start looking for the blower motor which is normally located near the heater core. Also make sure that the blower motor is actually bad. Apply 12 volts directly to the motor to make sure. If it runs then the motor is good and more than likely the blower motor resistor is bad. Hope this is at least helpful.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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