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Blower Motor Works Briefly, Then Trips Off

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by Big T, May 13, 2018.

  1. Big T

    Big T Well-Known Member

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    I see what you did. I would have split the wire bundles, laying half along side each other, then solder those. Then wrap the other halves around that joint and solder again. Oh and have adhesive shrink tube in place to slide over the joint and shrink. That's just what we do on boat electrical.

    I ordered the AC Delco from Amazon. They have a good return policy. Thanks for all the help and I will post results after job is completed.
     
  2. Big T

    Big T Well-Known Member

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    The blower motor has this soft plastic cover over it. How does that come off?
     
  3. WarWagon

    WarWagon Well it hits on 7 of 8...

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    It keeps the noise down... Track the cover up. ECM tray holds the cover in. Not fun to get the tray out. Or cut it out and toss it. 1999 may be different?
     
  4. Big T

    Big T Well-Known Member

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    Replaced the blower motor this AM. Not a hard job. Put in an AC Delco unit. Did have to remove the ECM tray to get the plastic cover off. The old blower motor would squeak when spun by hand. Napa did not have a replacement for the melted connector. I cut it out and connected it with an adhesive lined heat shrink butt splice. All is good and I have AC again.
     
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