car repairs


Question by  janiemcman (10)

How do I replace an a/c blower motor on a Fod?

The Air Conditioning blower moter quit.


Answer by  Atomicrayon (2504)

This is a tricky question. Start by checking the obvious and perhaps even consult your dealership or local automotive shop/expert. You're going to need to open the hood to your car. Be mindful of the locations of the fans, and make sure you always kill your car before attempting engine repairs. You'll need some allen wrenches and a new blower.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

The blower motor is going to be located behind the dash right where the control module is. It is easy to fix but can take some time.


Answer by  monocogger (432)

I am unsure what a "Fod" is but if you mean "Ford" it depends on the model and year of the vehicle. Some vehicles it is as easy as crawling up into the passenger side foot well others require the removal of the dash. Others yet access the blower from inside the engine compartment near the fire wall.


Answer by  TravisUSMC (979)

First remove the belt. Drain the system (very important). Disconnect all the hoses. Remove the 4 mounting bolts and lift it straight up. Replace the blower and bolt down. Connect hoses and charge the system. Reconnect the belt and test the system.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

Your blower motor should be located behind the dash area between the two front seats. You will have to remove many screws to get to it. Make sure you disconnect the battery first. Once you locate the motor, its the only fan back there, it has no more than 4 screws holding it down.


Answer by  laura27 (1216)

Remove belt, very important drain system, disconnect hose, unscrew 4 mounting bolts, lift straight up. Replace blower then bolt down. Connect hoses and charge system. Reconnect belt to test system.

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