[200q20v] blower motor replacement - how nasty a job?

C1J1Miller at aol.com C1J1Miller at aol.com
Wed Dec 13 13:13:59 EST 2000

In a message dated Wed, 13 Dec 2000 11:57:21 AM Eastern Standard Time, james austin <jra914 at excite.com> writes:


My heater's blower motor is starting to squeal a bit after it's been on for
a couple of hours and I'd just as soon replace it BEFORE it stops

My question is - how bad a job is the replacement?  Should I just take it to
the shop or do it myself?  


Jim Austin

Jim:  I did mine last year; not that difficult, just a bit time consuming, and a little frustrating at times.  Writeup on my site or Scott Mockry's site (below), don't need a steak knife.  Either get a new motor or rebuild yours, depending on it's condition.

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