Question about 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier
The heater blower motor is connected to the heater core housing passenger side, under the hood, on the firewall. It may be a very involved replacement with specific steps required to change without breaking a different component. Check it out - if there's a bunch of stuff ( like a/c hoses,drier,evaporator,etc.) in front , you may want to take it to your local shop for replacement. If it's not working, first check the fusees and or relay to make sure that's not the problem. Fuses should be under the dash in the fuse panel - if it has a relay that should be under the hood, passenger side, rectangular black box. The covers for both panel and box should have a diagram of which fuse / relay is what.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
You can also find help on car problems on youtube.com they have alot of pros that have video to watch to see how this stuff is done,
Posted on Oct 12, 2012
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