The heater blower motor will most likely be located under the dash by the heater core assmebly, but first you need to be sure that that's the problem, it could just be wiring to the blower motor. Shouldnt be too hard to replace, and should be simple to find,
Easy to replace. Hard to get to.
check the blower motor resistor
how hard is it to replace the heater core in a jeep liberty limated editon step by step instructions
very very hard
how hard is it to replace a heater core on a 87 325e BMW 2 dr? thank you in advance.
i have a 93 s10 blazer and had to replace the heater core recently, it is a pain, and it helps to have another person there to give you a hand, you have to take the entire dash out, remove the heater core cover, undo the brackets and undo the hoses from the heater core, the worst part is removing the dash and remembering where all the wires go if you do this job yourself i sugest taking pictures as you go along
In going to eat you!
how hard is it to replace the blending door
rmove the windshield battery, and you can reach in and feel the risistir and plug, it is held in place with two screws, Philip head, they are hard to get to withot removeing the heater blower.
It's not hard, it's very easy.
The heater in the CRV Honda is not working . How do I fix this
replace blower regulator
May need to replace blower motor.
Blower motor should be located at the passenger's side firewall Remove wiring harness Remove air intake line Remove 3-4 screws Remove and replace blower motor
you have to remove the dash a 98 calls from over 6 hours.
Replace the heater core. It is leaking.
The heater core will have to be replace, it is not hard to do and the Heater Core is about $35 at the auto parts store. Good Luck
It is on the evaporator case and is held in with 2 screws.
Very hard.............. You will need to discharge the a/c system, pull back the dash and remove the complete a/c and heating box to remove the heater core.........
its hard you have to take the whole dash out to reach it i had a camaro and it was b****
Your blower motor is on the passenger side of the engine bay mounted on the firewall. It should be just a couple of screws and a wire connector to deal with.
The blower rheostat on a 93 Pontiac Grand Am is located inside the engine bay, just to the right of the blower fan housing. It is almost directly behind the trans dipstick. It isn't that hard to replace.