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Old 08-09-2016, 12:58 AM   #1
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99 Monaco Dash heater motor

My Monaco Windsor Dash heater motor is starting to seize up, needs to be replaced,it appears to be in the front cavity behind the right headlight, can't see the motor, I assume it is a ford or chev style heater motor I'm looking for, anyone know the location or easy way to find and remove it, I can see the power wires under the dash running with the flexible duct hoses but would be impossible to get at it from there. The only place I can see it must be is inside that Black box behind the right headlight, any help is always appreciated, thanks

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Old 08-09-2016, 02:47 AM   #2
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It is not an easy job but you are correct that it is in the black box.

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Don't know if yours is the same but my blower motor replacement is a Napa 655-1076.

Although my blower motor has not failed I've accumulated info on how to change. I have a 2002 Windsor and downloaded a document from another site showing how that individual replaced his motor.

From my understanding you have to go in from the house side up under the dash. In my case there is a panel that has to be removed, however, it was all put together as an assembly while the coach was being built and is held together with screws. In order to remove I would have to drill several larger diameter holes up under the dash to access the screws. The holes have to positioned so that you can access the holes that hold the panel on. Once you remove the panel you can access the blower motor.
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