Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 05:26:17 GMT
From: manopsamops.com (Ma)
Subject: Re: blower question's PLEASE HELP!


On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 22:35:52 GMT, bradford <bradschroeternopsameja.com> wrote: >when i replace my cabin blower motor is there is a possibility I don't >need to replace my heater core? how can I tell if it is really >necessary to replace? I can tell u the heat is fucking hot..(practicing >my dirty words for when I do the job)...i understand that it will be >better in the long run but i just cant afford it. thanx in >advanced...oh ya...is the fan speed control part of the blower >motor....not only is my blower squealing and dying but it is stuck on >high...I assume that the fan speed transistor part is on the motor...am >I fixing both or is the speed something else...man would that suck...I >have Haynes manual but I sometimes find it very crappy for the at home >mechanic....I have completed many expensive and complicated tasks for a >19 year old, but through the help of people like you and not from the >frikin UK Haynes book...finally someone has mentioned i should take my >AC down....drain the freon and such..i would really like to avoid this. >I don't feel like messing around wid AC...i also got a new Bosch blower >motor for $100 including shipping...not to bad I hope.... Well, the heatercore of an -88 9000 isnīt that good quality, so it may be changed already, but if it sinīt, I would consider doing it at the same time, just to avoid the extra work, since you will be messing around with at least the hoses to the core when you change the blower, there is a risk that if the core isnīt leaking yet, it will be afterwards. The blower speed control unit is not at the exakt same position as the blower itself (itīs not built in in the motor), itīs placed on the AC/ACC unit, you will be removing it while you are changing the blowermotor. So if your blower is working on full speed all the time, youīll need to replace that one to, but i donīt think itīs so hard to find a cheap one at the junk yard, just be sure to the right one, is varys throughout the years. Be carefull when you work with the blower speed control unit, make sure you disconnect power befor working with it, you should newer ground the speed contol unit, the casing of it is +12 V when the ignition is on, so if you accidentally ground it an the turn on the ignition, itīs gone. /Mats

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