I have Olds Intrigue 2000. Lately Blower started acting up. Stops working, an hour later it will start working again. Making shrieking / squicking sounds, speed changes
while driving. Using 5.5 mm socket I removed the old motor. (Not very difficult.)
Wiring harness is a bit tricky to unhook. (!!!Do not touch the orange clip!!!)
Use screwdriver to push In the Black Clip.
Inside the old motor I found brushes are completely worn out. Needed new motor.
In Riverview Florida: Napa and Pep Boys have Chinese made blower, just different stickers on them. In my case Napas had wrong connector type, Pep Boys unit had no connector at all.
Local Chevrolet parts department and Advance Auto Parts had similarly looking unit
with more or less right connector type, just different stickers. Both made in Canada.
an hour at most; it sits under the glove compartment. several screws hold the carpet cover underneath.. once that is off you will see the motor with a hose and the wiring harness, disconnect both. if the motor was squeeking prior to this then it's the bearings that have dried. it may have seized. if you have some time and patience you could try oiling them again by dropping oil onto the shaft and letting gravity soak into the bearing area (plus turning the shaft). reverse procedure to install...
depends if you are doing it your self the blower is bout 100 and i did mine in a hour
I have a 98 olds intrigue and the blower motor resistor is located under the glove box behind the blower....
Behind the glovebox.
There is none - usually it is the module in the top of the heater / blower box (resistor module) that is the problem.
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.
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.
On the evaporator case.
because the blower motor is no good, for some reason it get damp in the blower motor chamber, and slowly the speeds start to go one by one until you just have high.
2004 ford expedition front blower not working
Look under the dash on the passenger side
I would start by checking the fuse, the relay, and the connector on the blower itself.
The blower motor is located under the dash on the passenger side. You will have to remove the piece of carpeting that the footwell light is mounted on in order to access it. I had to replace my blower motor recently. My advice is to have a mechanic do it. It's location makes it incredibly difficult to remove the mounting bolts and bolt the new one in. The money saved by doing it myself just wasn't worth it for me.
where is the blower motor located a a 1997 oldsmobile achieva
It is on the evaporator case and is held in with 2 screws.
Bad electronic resistor / blower module - replace.
Either it's the switch on the dash (unlikely) or the blower motor resistor pack (very likely). The resistor pack is usually easy to replace.
The shaft that runs to the motor has got debree, dust etc. on it, and can be fixed with a little lubicant, however it will squeak again. I just replaced my blower motor. It is about a $70 replacement. It is about a 30 minute job.
If the heater fan works on all speeds, then the blower motor, blower fuse, blower relay, and blower motor resistor pack are all good. If the fan runs but nothing comes out of the vents, you have a 'mode door' issue (which might include a bad control head).
Depends on what Oldsmobile model you're referring to...
ITS IN THE FUSE BOX. THERES TWO OF THEM, ONE IS LABELED TOP BLOWER AND THE OTHER LOWER BLOWER.
The 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora blower motor relay switch is located beneath the dashboard on the passenger side. The blower motor relay switch should be labeled as such.
Replace blower control module. Usually the fan starts acting erraticaly and eventualy just stops.
Blower motor resistor...around $25 on eBay
try changing the fuses for the blower or maybe the motor blower itself or the blower resistor.....................