How to Replace a 1977 F150 Heater Blower Motor?

Answer The blower motor in your 1977 F150 warms air by pushing it through the heater core, then exhausts it into the cabin through the air vents. If your heater fan stops working, runs slower than normal,... Read More »

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How to Replace the Heater Motor in a 1977 Chevy Nova?

The 1977 Chevy Nova is equipped with a single heater motor mounted within the engine-side of the firewall. Within the heater assembly is a miniature radiator or core through which radiator fluid pa... Read More »

How to Replace a Car Heater Blower Motor?

The heater blower motor in any vehicle is located in the HVAC module. This module is a plastic box that houses the evaporator for the air conditioning and the heater core. A series of doors open or... Read More »

How to Replace the Blower Motor Resistor on a 1993 Ford F150?

In 1948, the first of the F series trucks with a one-piece windshield hit the assembly line. Over the years several models were introduced including the custom model. In 1993 the custom model was d... Read More »

How to Replace a Taurus Heater Blower Motor?

If the blower motor in your Ford Taurus has stopped working, you can replace it with a new unit available from the Ford dealer or most auto parts stores. (Note that if the blower is working at one ... Read More »