Just replaced my blower motor. Easy as pie if you end up needing to switch
but you're right to check out the motor first. Here's an easy check, run a
hot and ground wires to the two wires coming out of the fan (there's about 3
inches of wire off the fan with bullet connections).
If it runs then check the interior switch and the fuses.
If it hums but does not really run then take it out and check for an
obstruction - no obstruction = bum motor.
If it does not run I'd take it out and see if you can get a used one (new are
Oh, BTW, if you have the blower motor out get the shop vac and vacuum out the
Personally, I've never had a blower motor fail but I have had the fan
self-destruct on a few.
From: email@example.com On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Sunday, October 19, 1997 11:06 PM
Subject: heater problem
With the onset of chillier days i have decided that the 69 needs to have
WORKING heater as opposed to what it presently has..............
At present the fan does not work though warm air will drift into the car
under its own pressure - so i think the core is clear
I guess i have either an electrical malfunction or a dud fan motor but
before i delve into it i thought id ask if anyone has done this and has
an idea of the
order in which to check things - i looked over the connections today and