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Re: how to take off fan from motor on top of unit
Hey there. The easiest way to do this is with a hub puller but I'm guessing you don't have one. If you take out the set screw and squirt penetrating oil into the hole and all around the hub and shaft, let it sit then do it again. You also want to clean the shaft up with some sand paper so the fan can slide up. Do not in any way bend the fan blades as this will cause an inbalence and cause your new motor to fail. If you still cannot get it to move, try to tap the hub with a chisel and hammer, not too hard. Sometimes once you get it to move a little, it will come off. You can also cut the shaft off the old motor with a sawzall, place the fan so that the hub is firmly against a surface but the shaft has nothing under it. hen you ca tap on the shaft with wood and hammer, don't hammer on the shaft, it will ding it and make it harder to get off. Good Luck seth
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While I do not know about manual the fan is located on top of unit and goes bad the check s simple if you know electricity first pull breaker on unit using a multimeterrible sett on volts push leads into 2 wires going to fan motor about replace breaker staking clear if meter show
voltage pull breaker remove meter an you fan motor is shot no voltage freon or other technical problem call AC GUY if fan motor dead call refrigeration supplier name model an serial number simple unbolt takeoff fan and two wires to replace ALWAYS PULBRE
AKER BEFORE working on any electricAl applia
The blower motor is placed within the blower fan unit . You will need to remove the dash board front and also remove the blower motor assmebly with the filter and vent settings to remove the blower for servicing and cleaning.
Removal of the dash and the motor unit can be easily done if you follow the pattern to remove the screws that fixes the motor body to the rotary fan unit.
First, pull-out your a/c unit. Open the electrical control and remove the wiring connections of your fan motor and the compressor. Separate the electrical control and make sure you have the wiring diagram for termination. Unscrew all panels to remove the fan motor, blower, and fan blade from the unit base. You have to move the evaporator farther but be careful with the pipes. After removing the panels, fan motor, fan, and blower wash the coils with water using pressurized water. Spray coil cleaner to remove excess dirt from the coils and wait until all dirt come out. make sure the chemical is not too strong to eat the aluminum fins. Wash and rinse thoroughly the coils to remove any chemicals left in the unit.Clean the panels, fan, blower, and motor.Oil bush type motor.Then assemble fixing the panels, blower, motor, fan blade panel, and fan blade. Screw all parts and rewire the unit.
If you have that 4 flash code then it has to be the limit switch that is open and needs to be replaced, and that is the reason why you blower motor wont come on, also check your blower fan switch, and there is also a reset button on top by the blower motor, it has a red button push that and that will reset the fan switch, And you do not need to pull the motor fan out to get the number, just get the model# and serial# off the unit itself and that should tell you what kind of motor you have and all the rest of the parts that you can but for it. And the only way to get that blower fan motor out is by taking the whole blower casing out, it is so simple, just take the screws off the blower housing that are connecting it to the unit you usually see 2 or 4 screws facing you, chest hight. and then take the other two screws off on the side of that blower casing(squirrel cage) they are mainly Philip heads. Now, if you want to take the motor it self, then you need to get the three screws off of that bracket attached to the motor, then take one bold off the motor shaft and blower, then you need a pulley to get the motor off the blower. Make sure you dont mess with the motor shaft or the blower, cause it is very easy to damage if its not pulled out correctly.
Remove the glove box assembly, lower right side instrument panel trim cover and right cowl trim panel, as required. Disconnect the blower lead wire connector.
If the vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, disconnect the 2 vacuum lines from the recirculating door actuator and position the actuator aside.
Fig. Fig. 1: Blower motor housing cover
Fig. Fig. 2: Blower motor and wheel assembly
Fig. Fig. 3: Remove the spring-type retaining clip to separate the wheel from the blower motor
Remove the 2 screws at the top of the blower housing that secure it to the unit cover.
Remove the 5 screws from around the blower housing and separate the blower housing from the unit.
Remove the 3 screws that secure the blower assembly to the heater or air conditioning housing and remove the assembly from the unit. Remove the fan from the blower motor by removing the spring-type retaining ring from the center of the blower wheel. Note the location of the fan-to-blower motor assembly for correct installation.
Fig. Fig. 4: To gain access to the blower motor, unplug the electrical connectors from the glove box lamp, ...
Fig. Fig. 5: ... then remove the glove box assembly from the dash panel
There is a blower motor under the dash, behind glovebox. Loosen 3 retaining screws holding motor housing, drop motor housing and blower motor unit. Replace blower unit. The problem involves the blower resistor. This piece must be replaced but might be easier to replace the entire blower motor unit.
it possible to replace the defective as follow:
1- take out the unit
2- remove the top cover
3- try to take out the wires from there connections and note each color to witch connection
4- loose bolt of indoor blower to the shaft
5- open the bolt of the condenser fan to the other end of motor shaft and take out the fan
6- open the fixation nuts or bolts of the motor then slide it outside.
7 replace as take care about witch side of shaft is for blower or fan.