Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 18:11:11 GMT
From: "mdb" <milo_dhueynospamo.com>
Subject: Re: leak in heater


No, I'm not sure that the problem is in the blower. How do I locate/access that air temp sensor fan? Behind one of the directional plastic grills? or up on top of the dash, just below the windshield? This could be one of those Eureka! moments. Thanks. "Nasty Bob" <speedypancakenospamail.com> wrote in message news:1163437539.697656.152110nospam2000cwa.googlegroups.com... > > mdb wrote: > One other item that I could fix at the same time >> would be a squeaky blower motor, probably the bearing. > > Hi Michael, I've got a '96 Aero & just went through the whole heater > matrix replacement thing a couple of weeks ago. The scrapes and bruises > have just about healed ;) As others have said, it's not obvious, so pay > attention to the various write-ups and you should be fine. Took me 3 > hours, but reckon I could do it in under a hour now I know what to > expect. > > The squeaking by the way.. are you sure it's not the little air temp > sensor fan behind the plastic grille on your dash?? These are notorious > for squeaking / chirping, but can be easily cleaned / oiled :) >

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