Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
Blower motor is easy. Under glove box, three or four bolts.
If the drain hole for the A/C condensation gets plugged, it build up and smell stale due to rotten debris. This could also hurt your A/C evaporator core and make eventually even make it leak.
If the water builds up, then it could get in your blower motor as well and cause problems there.
Take the blower motor out and test it by hooking leads from it to your battery. Have a firm grip on it b/c it'll be a squirrel cage blower and it'll want to twist out of your hands if it decides to work.
Take some dye and inject it into your A/C system to trace the leak. I found dye leaking into my floorboard which told me the drain hole was not only plugged but also that the evap core was leaking.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
I took the blower motor out of a2003 hyundai santa fe by just removing the thre screws, know i cant seen to get in to go back in, any sujestions!
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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