How do you replace the blower motor in a 1990 Toyota Corolla?
First try hitting it w a hammer...( this might get u by for awhile)....it's located rite bhind the glovebox.....Small dash pod removal required....Pop the speaker grille off..........its shaft runs vertical...its mounting is a 3 bolt flange...bolts are easy to get to....facing downward....use a mirror and long ratchet extension....once its free....there's a gasket to reuse...be careful....the motors are sold new....runs $60....GOOD LUCK!
In both my 89 and 90 corolla it turned out the blower fan was good. Common problem is the blower switch goes bad or gets corrosion on the contacts. I have successfully removed, cleaned and replaced the blower switch on my car and it works in all 4 positions now.
If the blower stopped working my 2001 Kia Spectra could this be the motor blower resistor or should I replace the blower motor?
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 can you figure out which to replace the blower motor or blower motor resistor on a 1994 Nissan altima?
First you are going to remove the passenger side kick panel then the rocker plastic piece. from there you need to remove the glove box. open te glove box remove the 3 skrews where the striker is the there are two 10mm hex head bolts that need removal. then remove glove box assembly and now you have full access to the blower motor.
under the glove box there is a panel that holds the blower motor...remove the screws...4 i believe....remove the black plastic cover....there are three screws that holds the blower motor in...remove these and then remove the blower motor...unplug the power source and feed wires out of the hole.....reverse to replace the motor