Heater Core etc...
b.benz at charter.net
Fri Jun 16 15:13:19 EDT 2006
To get to the heater core you must remove the heater fan box under the hood,
as I¹m sure is described by Chris and SJM. This is a real bitch! Done that 2
or 3 times to work on the heater fan and replace the motor brushes on
several 44s. As yet I¹ve never had to go the next but easy step to replace
the heater core.
If you¹ve never serviced this fan motor it will be in dire need of at least
new brushes. Replace these while you¹re in there, much cheaper than
replacing the whole motor.
Blower motor brushes: need 2 ea. (samples?)
5/16² square X 1/2² long w/ 1³ flex lead.
Helwig Carbon Products Co. p/n 52H $1.20ea in 6/96
Milwaukee, WI 800-962-4851
NW rep. Mike Perkins 503-391-4851
I don¹t envy you on this job, but beer helps.
> From: "Derek Pulvino" <dbpulvino at hotmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 11:18:27 -0700
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: Heater Core etc...
> Ok, so I'm biting another bullet this weekend, and replacing the heater core
> along with some of the other attached ancilaries. So far I've read the info
> on Chris Miller's and the SJM sites, and gotten some feedback from Mr. SJM
> himself. At this point, doesn't look like this will be altogether easy, but
> may not wind up being as bad as was originally thinking. Does sound like
> it'll be easier than the same job on say an A2 VW or one of the Audi
> If anybody has any btdt hints they learned along the way feel free to
> oblidge. Sounds like one of the more difficult parts in this job is
> actually removing the assembly if the foam insulation is well adhered to the
> firewall. Otherwise, removing select wires, vacuum routings, the center
> console covers, wiper arms and motor, and of course the tray under the hood
> affords me the access I need.
> I'm budgeting another entire day...if I'm wrong, let me know.
> Derek P
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