Pulsating heater blower question
pjrose at frontiernet.net
Wed Mar 4 09:14:52 PST 2009
At 8:05 AM -0700 3/4/09, Ed Kellock wrote:
>One thing to do is clean the brushes. You can do this by lifting the
>underhood cowling at the firewall edge and going under it from the driver's
>side. There's a small 90-degree bit of hose on the blower housing that
>directs air on the brushes to cool them.
I was going to add the same advice to my previous post, but forgot.
So, I'll "second the motion" --i.e., Ed's spray cleaner advice is
worth a try--and it's quite easy to do. I did try that a couple of
times when my A/C blower had the squealing problem, but the
improvement was too short-lived to persevere with that approach.
Phil Rose.....Rochester, NY USA
'06 A3q 3.2 V6 (20K, silver)
'91 200q (165K, Lago blue)
Gone to Audi Valhalla:
'91 200q (Tornado red)
'89 100 (Bamboo gold)
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