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15 minutes if you know what you are doing, 30 minutes if you don't.

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Q: How long does it take to change the blower motor for heating and cooling on a 1988 Ford Taurus?
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How do you change the temperature control on a 2001 Ford Taurus?

If "temperature control" means the device that adjusts the heating/cooling temperature, that would be the temperature blend door actuator motor.See "Related Questions" below for more about that and other Taurus / Sable heating problems and fixes

Is heating and cooling are examples of a chemical change?


How do you change the blower on a 2002 Ford Taurus?

see a real mechanic

How do Italians change their environment?

by heating and cooling the buildings.

How to Change fan blower motor on a 1983 Chevy Celebrity?

Are you asking about the heater blower motor or the engine cooling blower motor?

How can you change the density by heating it or cooling it?

you can test it by putting something in it!!!!!!!!!

How do you change an object's density?

By changing the temperature either by heating or cooling

What process can change sedimentary rocks in to igneous rock?

Heating and cooling

How can you make a material change its state?

Often you can make a material change state by heating or cooling it

What must you do to a substance to get it to change its state of matter?

That is done by either heating or cooling.

What component is used to change the heat pump from cooling to heating?

reversing valve

Who processes change into sedimentary rock into igneous rock?

Heating and cooling-apex

List 5 pieces of evidence that a physical change has occured?


What are the 3 changes in the state of matter that involve heating and the 3 that involve cooling?

Freezing, condensation involves in cooling Melting, evaporation, boiling, sublimation, and the change from gas to plasma needs heating.

Does gas change into a liquid by cooling and then heating?

i am pretty sure it is cooling then heating because once it cool the heat willl make it into a liquid. - dont trust this answer. -double check with your friends or parents.

What is necessary to make any matter change phases?

Cooling or Heating First of all we have 3 phases, Gas, Liquid and Solid to change from gas to liquid to solid, cooling is required and to change from solid to liquid to gas, heating is required This type of heat is called latent heat, always think of water as an example Ice --> Water , heating Water--> Water Vapour, more heating

How can you force a physical change in matter?

Physical, or state changes are usually accomplished with heating or cooling

Do you know some Physical change exapmples?

water COOLING ice and ice HEATING water

What are the negative impacts of climate change in your daily lives?

increased cost of food and heating/cooling

What action can change the liquid state of matter?

By heating: transformation in a gas.By cooling: transformation in a solid.

Ways to cause a precipitate to form from a solution?

temperature change - heating the precipitate up and cooling it down?

Explain what a chemical change is?

a chemical change is a change which brings about a change in the chemical properties of a substance which cannot be reversed through physical means like heating or cooling.

Is the specific heat of a substance physical or chemical?

The specific heat of a substance is a physical property since it has to do with heating (or equivalently, cooling) of a substance which is generally a physical process and does not permanently change the substance. In the cases where heating (or cooling) does change the substance, for example, heating a compound may cause it to decompose, the specific heat at those temperature ranges is not defined.

Is heating a metal rod then cooling it back down a physical or chemical change?

physical because it doesnt change the chemical makeup of the rod

How do heating and cooling cause physical changes in matter?

Heating and cooling change the state of the matter. For example, at room temperature water is a liquid but if you heated it becomes steam; a gas. If you freeze it it becomes ice; a solid. Hope it helps xx