Replacing the blower motor on your 1994 Chevrolet truck is important if you wish to have warm or cool air circulating throughout the cabin of your truck. In order to replace the motor of the Chevy truck's blower, you will need to disassemble the dashboard as the blower motor is situated underneath the passenger's side of the dash. It should take no more than two hours to replace the blower motor. Experienced mechanics can perform the procedure in under an hour.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Challenging
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Things you need
- Socket wrench
- Crosshead screwdriver
- Flathead screwdriver
Turn the engine of the truck off and pull the bonnet-release lever. Lift the bonnet and disconnect the negative-terminal of the battery.
Empty the glove compartment and uninstall its holding bolt at the rear of the compartment. Remove the glove compartment from the dashboard.
Remove the three bolts from the right-side knee bolster and remove the panel with a flathead screwdriver. Remove the wiring connector of the blower motor and uninstall the blower motor cover screws. Pull off the cover and disconnect the hoses on the sides of the blower. To disconnect the motor from the blower, uninstall the three screws holding the motor in place with a Philips screwdriver.
Place the replacement motor into the truck and secure it by reinstalling the three screws. Reattach the hoses and the cover. Reconnect the wiring connector and reinstall the knee bolster. Reattach the glove compartment and reinstall the negative battery terminal.
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