To replace the blower motor on your 93 Bravada:
Passenger side of the engine compartment, near the back of the compartment, there is a drum shaped component, usually black plastic. The blower motor slides into the center of this "drum" from the front of the compartment side, and is held in place by 6 bolts/screws. There is a short hose that connects to the blower motor and 2 wires. Disconnect the hose and the two wires, remove the 6 retaining bolts, and slide the blower out towards the front of the vehicle. You may need to remove the Engine Coolant overflow tank to remove the blower motor.
There is none - usually it is the module in the top of the heater / blower box (resistor module) that is the problem.
Look under the dash on the passenger side
2004 ford expedition front blower not working
depends if you are doing it your self the blower is bout 100 and i did mine in a hour
where is the blower motor located a a 1997 oldsmobile achieva
If you have your stomach touching the front of the car. the blower is located on the lefthand side closest to the cab. Its behind a rubber insulator and an absolute pain to replace. I have a 1997 Bravada and it took more time to remove the computer and cut the rubber out than it took to replace the blower. I would not recommend this as a do it yourself. I would still be under the hood trying to figure it out. The blower is cheap. $40 or so. the labor to get it replaced is another story.
It is on the evaporator case and is held in with 2 screws.
Bad electronic resistor / blower module - replace.
Have your blower motor resistor or blower motor checked out
There are three blower relays in the fuse panel under the hood on the passenger side. Remove and inspect the contacts for burn marks. If burnt replace.
Depends on what Oldsmobile model you're referring to...
A blower resistor can be replaced, in your 2002 Oldsmobile, by removing the resistor wiring. Remove the retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new resistor.