I am having some heater issues. If this does not help, you need to change the fan motor. Remove the frame around the ventilator fan, 2 clips and 2 nuts on front edge. When I turn the car on in the morning, the heat works. Replacement Direct Fit Blower Motor - Brand New is a high quality product to replace your old or damaged factory unit.
Another great video the Saab guy who did a great clip —. After I have arrived at my destination, and leave, the heat does not come on. This information is only a summary. This is not an anything goes type of forum. If you would like to return an item or have questions about the process, please and one of our customer service experts will be happy to help.
Cut the cable tie and detach the connector to the ventilation fan. This includes the full wiring harness, so if you wish you can just plug it in. Free the cable harness from the cover over the ventilation fan fastened with clips. Cut the cable tie and detach the connector to the ventilation fan. Remove the 3 data link connector screws and detach the leads to the floor lighting.
You will want to replace the air filter while you have things opened up to replace the resistor. Loosen the cover over the bulkhead partition space fastened with clips by lifting it carefully forwards so that it is released from the windscreen. If this is not the exact Heater Fan Motor you are looking for, or you would like this part in a brand other than Proparts, please and one of our customer service experts will help you locate the exact part you need. When I turn the car on in the morning, the heat works. Remove the wiper arms with special tool 85 80 144 Puller, windscreen wiper arm. Remove the trim from the side of the centre console. If so how hard is it ot replace.
I managed to get the removal procedure for the resistor and here they are. Open the bonnet on the opposite side of the driver position , take out the pollen filter and stick your hand down the back. Original, The motor is a Siemens unit made in France. Only the original purchaser of the part can receive a credit after they have purchased a replacement. I'm assuming this is a failing motor? As always thanks for the info Fred! I'm assuming this is a failing motor? Remove the wiper arms with special tool 85 80 144 Puller, windscreen wiper arm. Remove the rubber moulding along the edge of the bulkhead and loosen the clips on one side.
The diagram shows a component that looks like the resistor underneathe the fan motor and if that is the correct location, seems the fan motor has to be removed to gain access. Place the rubber moulding on one side. The same thing happens every day. If the site helps you, please consider helping the site by becoming a member. Tried again the very next time and it started right up again. I think it's located under the dash by the cabin filter and runs to the blower motor.
Remove the trim from the side of the centre console. And then the next time I use the car it won't work at all again. Loosen the clips holding the front edge of the water shield with a screwdriver. The resistor pack is shown below with a blue plastic frame. This can be a bit technically difficult due to the wiring routing which runs over the heater box, so alternatively you can also cut off your old one and splice this into your original harness. Loosen the two front connectors above the filter cartridge.
Only the original purchaser of the part can receive a credit after they have purchased a replacement. To gain access to the blower motor resistor, the windshield wiper arms must be removed, along with the false bulkhead, exposing the cabin air filter. As always thanks for the info Fred! Each of these wires has a single termination, and the connectors are different sizes to ensure that the proper connection will be established. In this case, it is likely that the resistor pack used to limit current to the blower motor may need to be replaced. Not sure if i have to remove the blower motor in the process. To get the fan out, you have to take the glove box out and dismantle from inside the passenger footwell. Remove the rubber seals from the wiper spindles.