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1977 Ford F-250 removing heater blower fan

Heater blower fan doesn't work. I need to find out how to remove this blower fan so I will have heat in this truck next winter.

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  • hr2cafe Aug 30, 2008

    Similar situation as want to remove the heater box including blower fan so can replace my heater core. Do not have air conditioning. Mine is an early '77 in case it matters. Any one out there please advice how to proceed.

    It seems there are three nuts on the engine side of the firewall. Two by the blower and one in the center of the pickup. There are two rubber press through things I may have to push backwards with needlenose pliars or something. Possibly I can unscrew the blower box from the heater box by the passenger vent now I have the glove box loose.

    Trying to figure out what to do next before winter!


  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    heat is not warm from back blower
    fan in front does not seem to be workig

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    rear blower for heat not working

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    the blower blows but no heat comes out

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    Sounds like the blower fan is seizing, screeches awful, what should I do?

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    The fan was sounding like a card on bike spokes for a while. Now you can hear the fan moving but it is like the blades came off. Heat comes out but not quickly.

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Hello your heater blower fan is located in your heater box pass you will see a stop sign shaped flat flared end metal piece about 6inches diameter all the way around held in with either 6 or 8 1/4bolt heads unscrew these unplug wire feed pry lightly away from box fan assembly will come right out if your blower moter doesnt come with plastic fan fins you will need to use the old one usaully held on with a clip once removed slide off the fan shaft install to new motor reintall if no gasket take black permatex apply a thin coat around outer edge of new fan tighten plug power back on done goodluck

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