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Where is the location of the heater motor on a 1998 volkswagon beetle?

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    edwardafzal Jan 01, 2011

    Are you asking about the blower motor which gives air for climate control inside the vehicel?

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V2, V154 Where is the location of - 79108658

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  • Forward of glove box

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To my knowledge, the thermal switch is normally located attached to the radiator. This senses the coolant's temperature inside the radiator and upon reaching a predetermined level switches on the radiator fan. Further, to my understanding, either the A/C or the heater must be engaged for the fan to activate.

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