The motor is about $85 without the squirrel cage. You can transfer that over yourself.
This likely is a problem with the blower motor module that is within the blower motor unit
how to install a blower motor for a 1994 Toyota pickup
Behind the firewall on the back side of the engine.
How do you replace the blower motor on a 1994 chevy lumina euro?
it on the blower motor housing
the Bering is going out or something got in the housing
You either have a blown fuse, defective blower motor, defective blower motor switch, or a defective blower motor resistor pack.
Check to see if you have 12 volts at the blower motor. If yes then the blower motor is bad. If no, then the resistor, relay, or fuse is bad.
I believe the answer is no. I have a 1994 Escort LX with the 1.9 liter engine. I broke the timing belt, and there was no damage to the engine. Yes, it is no. I had the same experience last night and nothing happened to the engine. I have a 94 Escort LX with 1.9L engine too.
Well, both the wipers and the blower could have a burned out fuse. Of course, they both could have a burned out motor. I would run a hot wire from the battery to the wipers and the blower motor. If they worked, I'd be looking for a fuse or bad switch.
The blower motor for a 1994 Toyota Celica is located behind the glove box. After removing the glove box the motor is easily removed.
I would like to change the blower motor in my 1994 Ford Tempo by myself. Do you have any instructions for me to follow?
It is usually under the dash on the passenger side right next to the blower motor. On some, it is mounted on the same bracket as the blower motor.
They are generally located close to or near by the blower motor.
Check your fuse box for a blown fuse and also check your connections at the blower motor.
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.
blower motor has a short. replace blower motor
I own a 1994 Isuzu Trooper, the blower moter is located inside the truck under the glove box.
disconnect the electrical connector from the blower motor and remove the 3 screws from the blower motor housing.pull the blower motor and fan straight down. to remove fan from blower motor,squeeze spring clip togetherand slip fan off the shaft.some models have no clip or screw holding fanto shaft, in this case use 2 screwdrivers to pry it off.install fan onto blower motor housing and install blower motor into the heater housing.
Could be, a blown fuse, a bad blower motor, a burned out blower motor speed resistor, a bad blower motor switch,
I have an '89 Jetta and the blower motor is located behind the glove box. The motor can be accessed by removing the glove box.