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Old 06-28-2022, 12:28 PM   #1
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I have a 1988 Bounder 36ft I am restoring. I have everything the way I want it except I cannot get the blower on the a/c to work. my question is has anyone pulled the dash out to get to the blower motor?
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restoring motorhome

I have replaced the fan motor on a 1992 motor home and a 1999 and two autos. I have never removed the dash, but all were difficult to reach. One the only problem was the ground lug needed to be tightened. Another item that can cause your problem is the resister module may be burned out. Those are usually mounted in the duct to be cooled by the air flow. Should be two wires connected to it.
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