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Old 06-23-2012, 05:30 AM   #1
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Dash Air Blower

Anyone have any experience removing & replace heater/ac blower motor located in the bay under driver area on street side? This is on a 2001 Amer. Tradition.

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Old 06-23-2012, 05:48 AM   #2
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Mine was held in by about 4 screws and had one plug for power..I also had to remove the blower wheel and put it on the new fan motor.. On my National it was not a big deal.

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Mine was on my 2008 Mandalay, and was so easy even I could do it. I wasn't getting any airflow at all, so I ran out the generator slide and looked up under the dash 'til I found the blower. It was easy to remove, and what I found was that the impeller was binding against the blower housing -- I could free it by hand, and it would start up OK, but still rub. I removed the motor/impeller assembly, and I think shimmed one side when I reassembled it (it was slightly off-center, making it contact one side of the housing) -- has worked fine ever since.
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