Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 22:34:55 GMT
From: bradford <bradschroeternopsameja.com>
Subject: Re: getting the friken blower motor out!! Help!


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.... thanx again all brad 88 9000T 196,000 and fucking whips.. In article <39736765.534586383nopsam.mailops.com>, manopsamops.com (Ma) wrote: > On Mon, 17 Jul 2000 13:07:51 -0500, "joe" <joenopsamnet.com> wrote: > > >Recently did my 88 9000, and it is definitely a bitch to do. DO THE HEATER > >CORE AT THE SAME TIME, AS IT ONLY CAN COME OUT AT THE SAME TIME!!!! > > > >The key to removal of the blower motor is unbolting the top motor (engine) > >mount, and pulling the engine forward a couple of inches. I did it with a > >strap and a 2x4 while wedging another 2x4 in between to hold it out while > >removing the assembly. Make sure to remove all of the plasic clips that > >hold the blower in place to the heater core housing. I did the whole thing > >without a book, but everyone (including the saab mechanics ) agree that the > >engine must be shifted forward. Replace the motor and core with new, its > >too much of a hard job to use parts that will go out prematurely. > > I changed the heatercore without pulling the engine forward, the > workshopmanual states that one must pull it forward, but it can be > done without doing that, but itīs not easy, you will expand your > vocabulary of bad language during the operation. > > The operation took me about 1,5 hours to get the core out, and about 3 > hours to get it back. > > This was on a -90 9000 CD with ACC, on one witout AC/ACC it will > probably be easier. > > /Mats > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

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