blower motor weirdness
LL - NY
larrycleung at gmail.com
Sat Nov 29 15:01:23 PST 2008
I've used silicone spray on the motor stator when my 200's blower motor
started to fail. But I'm with Huw, I think there may be debris in the blower
cage (not a fun prospect). If you're parking the 200 outside these days, I'd
suspect a mouse may have wandered into the heater blower or something....
LL - NY
On 11/29/08, Huw Powell <audi at humanspeakers.com> wrote:
> Could some junk have gotten in there, to stop it from starting properly,
> and then make it noisy when it does run?
> Up here it's been leaf-in-the-plenum and acorns-in-the-glovebox season...
> CL Wong wrote:
> > Patient: 200q20v
> > I've been trying to diagnose a non working blower motor. I did a new
> blower motor and heater core summer of 2007 and really don't want to pull it
> all out again.
> > Wiring checks out per the bently. Motor gets voltage when I set the temp
> to low and the speed on high. I can see the brush sparking like it wants to
> start moving but blower motor won't move until I jump start it with a
> carefully placed screwdriver to start the motor spinning.
> > I have the blower running right now but it's a bit noisy and not as fast
> as I would expect. Can I lube this thing or is something else wrong?
> > it worked pretty good last winter and this summer so I'm not sure what
> could be wrong.
> > thanks in advance.
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