[Vwdiesel] A2 jetta heater fan and cabin filter

LBaird119 at aol.com LBaird119 at aol.com
Mon Dec 29 10:01:54 PST 2008

In a message dated 12/29/2008 8:43:59 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
scameron at storm.ca writes:

> If you can get the fan off the shaft, the front bearing is exposed and can
> be lubed. If the fan is rusted on to the shaft, The simplest thng to do is
> drill a hole through its hub, close to the , and parallel to the shaft, and
> use a lube tube to get lube to the bearing, which is just below the hub.

  Mine wasnn't rusted or anything, just pressed on the shaft.  By 
the time I got it off I found that the armature was pressed on the 
shaft with less holding force than the fan!  It never worked quite 
right after that even after knocking things back as close as I could.  
I'd strongly suggest drilling a hole through the hub as the FIRST 
line of attack.  :-P

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