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What is the blower motor assembly in the HVAC system of a car?

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2005-04-23 13:36:01
2005-04-23 13:36:01

You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library. Blower motor assembly consists of the motor and impeller. It can provide the airflow when HVAC is turned on. In general, it locates in instrument pannel. rudy jiang jiangyichun@airinter.com.cn

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The front blower motor is attached to the bottom of the HVAC housing, under the dash, on the driver side. The rear blower motor is inside the trim panel, on the right rear of the van.

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