Heater Blower Motor squealing.

Kneale Brownson knotnook at traverse.com
Tue Sep 7 18:55:40 EDT 2004

I kept mine going all one winter with a spray lube that included some
Teflon.  Remember that whatever you spray in there will be perfuming your
car's interior for quite some time, so make it something with an acceptable

Replacement is the chore well documented in the archives.

At 02:35 PM 9/7/2004 -0600, Grant Dion wrote:
>My blower motor is just about dead. After being on for 10 minutes it starts
>to make a squealing noise. I was wondering if anybody had any great tips how
>to replace it. (The one in my Chevy van is cake to replace, 15 minute job,
>no such luck here I'm sure!) Also, I have heard that liquid grease can be
>sprayed into the motor, that penetrates the bearings and then solidifies as
>the solvents evaporate. Has anybody had any long term luck with this
>solution? Thanks in advance!
>Grant in Colorado Springs
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