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Charged my AC yesterday and went for a test drive up a steep hill to see how the temp gauge would do, no problems there AC blew nice and cold at 42 degrees but the blower motor decided to take a dump. Local parts store ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-11-2013, 09:00 PM
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Charged my AC yesterday and went for a test drive up a steep hill to see how the temp gauge would do, no problems there AC blew nice and cold at 42 degrees but the blower motor decided to take a dump. Local parts store had one with cage for $24.00 so a change it I did. I also unplugged that noisy outside air/recirc vent door actuator while it was in outside air mode. I took pics of all three of them best I could. The one with yellow on it is behind the blower motor and looks like a real ***** to change. I can live without recirc mode, it doesn't get humid here very often.
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Old 05-11-2013, 09:51 PM
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A lot of folks add a secondary ground wire from a cleaned bare of paint area under a mounting screw to a good body ground-bad grounds help kill the blower motors much quicker.
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