It is encased in a plastic housing on the passenger side near the firewall. Look for a line to cut out with a utility knife. Usually it is somewhat brittle and may come off in pieces. Once this is out of the way you can access the blower and mounting screws. After the replacement blower is installed there is no need to replace the plastic housing.
The heater blower/motor seems to be incased in a plastic housing on the passenger side firewall , right behind the on-board computer. There are 3 screws holding the computer in place and need to be removed, to access the heater/blower motor behind it. The plastic casing needs to be cut with a utility knife to access the blower itself.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 2005 Chevy Cavalier heater blower motor. Remove the heater blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the heater blower fan.
Remove the wiring harness to the heater blower fan. Remove the retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the blower. Reverse the process to install the new heater blower fan.
you will find it in the heater box, also where the blower is. it is easy to remove.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1980 Chevy Camaro heater blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the front of the blower motor. Reverse the process to install the new blower motor.
The a/c heater blower motor resister is located in the vehicle on the passengers side inside the housing next to the blower motor...............Remove the blower motor resistor wire harness connector.Remove the blower motor resistor screws.Remove the blower motor resistor.
Disconnect the negative battery cable, heater blower resistor wires and blower wires. Disconnect the heater core ground strap at the dash panel.Drain the cooling system and then disconnect both heater hoses at the heater.Remove the seven screws attaching the heater/blower case to the plenum and remove the heater/blower base.Remove the four screws from the heater core shroud, and then remove the shroud and core assembly.Separate the core from the shroud by removing the three screws and core mounting clamps and then separating the two.
below glove box remove heater/air conditioning cover then remove blower motor cover
The heater blower switch and the electrical plug attached to it may be at fault. Remove the heater control unit from the dash and inspect the plastic electrical plug attached to the blower switch, you may see it has melted. The switch and plug is available from your local auto parts store.
when you lift the hood, you will see a black cover at the back far left. remove that cover and you will see a fuse panal. beneath the fuses you will see a black casing about 2 feet long and a foot or so high. You will need to remove that casing and the heater core is inside and to the left. ( i am doing one today) It is alot of work. Be VERY carefull when you handle the casing because it is very brittle from the heat. 94 and older models have a steel casing but 95 and newer have the brittle plastic wannabe casing. They are not interchangable.
Disconnect the temperature control and air door control cables from the heater housing.Carfully position the cables out of the wayDisconnect the electrical wires from the blower resistor and the blower motorRemove the retaining screws holding the air inlet vent duct to the main body of the heater housingDisconnect the wires from the heater blower on the engine side of the firewallDrain the water from the radiator and remove the heater hoses from the heater core on the engine side of the firewallRemove the heater body retaining nuts from the studs on the engine side of the firewallRemove the heater assembly from the passanger side of the firewallRemove the gasket situated between the heater hose end and the dash panel where the core inlet and outlet tubes pass throughRemove the Blower fan from the motor shaftRemove the motor from the mounting plate
the heater core is located under the hood of the vehicle near fire wall on passenger side. u have to unhook the wires from the blower. Remove to blower and all othe bolts that hold in place. You must remove the passenger windshield wiper and the molding, there will be a plastic cover with about 12 bolts that the blower connects to. you must remove this and it will be stuck down a capartment towards middle of vehicle..
First remove the front windscreen wipers, then remove the long plastic panel underneath the wipers. Then there is another small plastic panel drivers side that has to be removed, then remove the front wiper motor. You will now see the heater blower motor, remove the 2 bolts securing it and the mesh grill from the motor. The motor is now unbolted. It is now ready to be removed through the drivers side footwell. Stick your head down by the drivers side pedals and look up behind the dash, there might be a bit of carpet that has to be removed to see up there. There will be a plastic heater piping that leads from the right hand heater vent, that will have to be pulled away and removed. Then you will see the blower motor with another plastic pipe coming from it, i just pulled on the blower motor and the pipe released. The blower motor will need a bit of moving about to get it out from under the dash, but it will come out after a while. Then fit your new one.
heater blower resistor has to be replaced. you have to remove glove boxthe resistor is to the right of the heater blower moter
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1996 Chevrolet blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the blower motor. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
it is located under the glove box,inside the cab.thereis a plastic cover over it,followed by the heat ducting.remove two separate wires(ground/pwr)remove the plastic cover(clips on)and the blower/heater motor is located there.
The 1975 Chevrolet Camaro heater blower motor can be found behind the passenger side dashboard. You will need to remove the passenger side kick plate in order to access the heater blower motor.
To replace the heater blower motor: First unplug the wire connectors. Then remove the screws and the motor will pull out. Reverse the process to reinstall the blower motor.
no you don't have to its actually like just the hoses and the blower is under the dash
you could have anything from a fuse to a blower motor problem ,,the blower moter is under the wiper assembly ,,, remove the assembly by removeing the 10 mill bolts ,,, and the plastic cover on the blowermotor houseing is held on with clips ,,, also check the blower resistor module which is in the blower housing
The blower motor resides above the passengers feet. You'll find an electrical connector and three screws. Drop it straight down towards the floor to remove it. Transfer the plastic blower fan to the new motor and reinstall. Be careful not to overtighten the nut for the plastic fan or you'll damage it.
how do I change the heater blower on a f350 2002
Remove the glove box. The front blower motor and the resistor can be accessed from there.
Rotate the plastic casing 1/8 turn counterclockwise. It should then be easily removed from the reflector housing. The bulb pulls straight out from the plastic casing.
Remove the glove box and its behind that