How to Change a Blower Motor?

Answer An automotive heating and air conditioning system uses a blower motor to circulate air through the vents in the cabin. On most cars, this blower fan is located on the passenger side firewall in the... Read More »

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How to Change the Blower Motor on an '88 Dakota?

The device responsible for blowing cool and hot air into the cabin of your 1988 Dodge Dakota is the blower motor. However, your blower motor is also responsible for circulating the the hot and cool... Read More »

How to Change a 1991 BMW's Blower Motor?

The blower motor on a 1991 BMW pushes the air from the air conditioning compressor and the heater core out through the vents in the dashboard, heating or cooling the interior of the vehicle. Should... Read More »

How to Change a Blower Motor on a 79 Trans Am?

The heater blower motor on a 1979 Trans Am is located under the hood on the passenger side firewall. Just to the right, and in close proximity to the motor, is the blower motor resister. The resist... Read More »

How to Change a Blower Motor on a Sunfire?

Damage to the blower motor in a Sunfire most often happens from running it at its highest setting every time you turn on the heat or AC. The blower motor is very durable, but over time, it wears do... Read More »