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How do you take out blower motor evaporator is in the way!

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  • rkirk49 Oct 13, 2010

    I cant get the motor out because the evaporator is in the way!_

  • rkirk49 Oct 13, 2010

    the evaporator is in the way!

  • rkirk49 Oct 13, 2010

    the a/c evaporator canister is preventing me from pulling the motor and fan out by about an inch

  • rkirk49 Oct 14, 2010

    2002 e250

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  1. Remove the battery.
  2. Remove the battery tray.
  3. If equipped with air conditioning, loosen and move the suction accumulator/drier to access the blower motor. It is not necessary to discharge the refrigerant system.
  4. Disconnect the electrical hardshell connector.
  5. Remove the blower motor housing tube.
  6. Remove four screws.
  7. Remove the retaining clip.
  8. To ease removal, align the flat spot on the blower motor mounting plate with the accumulator.
  9. Remove the blower motor.

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You have to loosen the evaporator and move it aside to remove the blower unit. You should not have to disassemble the evap, just move it to the side. If you still have difficultly, the you will need to remove the evap to remove the blower, but this removal should not have to be done.

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Hi,
Can you tell me the year and model of this vehicle.

Thanks

Jason

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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    Jason Maurirere Oct 14, 2010

    Just remove the 4 or 3 screws on the back of the casing and the fan should come out the back of the casing, If something is blocking it like the evaporator then you need to remove the evaporator also.

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Hi, follow the instruction below.

  • Raise the hood and locate the heater blower motor and securing bolts, rubber vent tube and electrical connector, near the firewall.
  • Disconnect the electrical connector at the blower motor harness by squeezing the tab and pulling the plug out of the motor. Disconnect the rubber cooling hose from the motor to the housing. This hose picks up air pressure from in front of the fan and directs it back to the motor to keep the armature cool.
  • Remove the securing screws around the outside of the motor, using the appropriate 1/4-inch drive socket and a ratchet. Pull the motor complete with fan, carefully out of the heater housing.
  • Remove the spring clip from the top of the motor drive shaft using a pair of pliers. Lift the squirrel cage off the motor shaft.

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