I replaced the heater core on my 1982 Jeep CJ7 about 5 years ago, and I believe you would have to go through the same procedure to replace the blower motor, since they are housed together. Bare with me on the details,but; The blower motor is housed in the heater/ventilation box (the plastic venting system under the dash). The motor's back end protrudes into engine compartment through the fire wall under the battery tray. Disconnect the blower motor's electric wire and heater hoses from the motor and firewall, you'll find them under the battery tray. To replace the motor you'll need to take apart the heater/ventilation box, I believe you'll have to remove the entire unit to do this. The plastic heater/ventilation box is bolted to the fire wall, unbolt it from the fire wall (nuts on the firewall side) and disconnect the heater/vent cables from the box and it should come out from under the dash. The box has screws around the perimeter unscrew them and it should come apart revealing the motor, fan and heater core. You need to remove the fan from the motor shaft. Good luck.
either the water pump went out or the blower itself did. you have to pull the dash out to replace it. it's really not the most difficult thing to do so don't get discouraged
Because the relay is bad.. Or your wiring.
Follow the heater hoses from the engine, they will lead you the heater core.
On the firewall pass side.
Disconnect both heater hoses from heater core and connect them together
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I have removed all screw belonging to heater blower panel. Down to upper panel and can not remove last panel plate gaining access to the switch it self. It is either glued into place or welded on or held by an unseen clip somewhere behind the panel itself. do not want to break anything. I believe I can access this old switch without disconnecting all those hidden cables. Fred Louvring 907-522-4795 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Q-E-D- - 1982 I The Great Motor Race 1-2 was released on: USA: 30 March 1982
same procedure as yesterday
On a 1982 there are two doors, one in the heater outlet and another behind the glove box. May be the same for 1988.
A fan on the engine blows air through hoses and into the heater box that is wrapped around the exhaust headers. The heated air from the exhaust headers in the heater box is then blown into the cabin.
The company declared bankruptcy in 1982.
Yes, but it only has 105 hp from the 1982 f100.
I don't think they made 1982 Trooper. It probably is 1992. If so, you can use 1992 to 2002 Trooper or 1996 to 1999 Acura SLX wiper motor
The dry weight of a 1982 model, 70 hp Johnson outboard is 256 lbs.
It is not an easy job. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
in front of the motor on right with screwtop