I am answering my own question. Just did this over the weekend. Take out the glove box. Take out the kick panel. Disconnect blower harness(the one with the orange wire)from the front, not the motor side! Remove vaccum line. Remove bolt holding blower assembly to frame (near top of dash). Remove two bolts holding blower assembly to heater core assembly. Remember how everything fits for reassembly. Slide blower assembly down. Take assembly off the car and unbolt blower motor. Reverse to assemble. someone in the future.
Thanks for the info. I'm going to be removing my heater blower this weekend.
The heater blower motor can be found beneath the passenger side dashboard. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new blower motor.
it's the blower motor
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Open the bonnet, remove the scuttle cover, wiper motor, and finally blower motor.
faulty blower module. Under hood not far from blower motor
The blower motor is located on the passenger side up under the glove box.
The 1991 Honda accord blower motor resistor is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The blower motor resistor will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The cost of a new blower motor for a 1991 Honda Civic ranges between 60.00 and 80.00 as of 2014. Labor to install ranges from 50.00 to 75.00 an hour.
blower motor resistor thermal limiter is blown. Replace the blower motor resistor.
Behind the power steering pump on the passenger side.The pump will have to be removed in order to remove the blower motor.
Many are in the air duct near the blower motor.
take the plastic of from the passenger side underneath the dash.. the blower motor is up under their tucked away.. but you can get it after a few hrs of work..
behind the engine, next to the brake booster, a ring of 7mm screws finess it out wriggling it a little. replace the control module at the same time!!
Blown fuse, defective blower motor, defective wiring, defective blower motor resistor pack, or in rare instances a defective blower motor speed control.
The blower resistor gets overheated and burns out usually because the blower motor is failing also.
It won't have a relay. Usually it is the switch, or the fan motor that goes bad.
The blower is common to hot and cold air. If it is only cold air that is a problem, then the problem is not the blower motor. The blower motor is actually in the engine compartment, passenger side at the firewall.
It will be either defective fan switch, motor itself, blower motor resistor pack, blown fuse, or defective wiring. If the blower runs on high but no other speed, suspect the resistor pack.
Replace your heater selector switch
Passenger side firewall - Easy fix.
the motor will fit but you will have to use the 5.0 mustang motor mounts.the wiring will not work.you will be better off to find a 94-95 mustang gt harness and computer unless you are going carb.
check the blower motor resistor located on fire wall behind washer fluid tank
it is located on the fire wall on the passenger sideround looking object
Under dash board on passenger side.
You can access it by removing the three screws which retain the glove box and then remove the glove box itself. You then remove the duct between the blower motor assembly and the heater assembly.