Re: blower motor removal 96 explorer?
noone cares <email@example.com> wrote:
> I determined it was the blower motor that needed replacing, I removed
> the four screws (one difficult to say the least!), and the motor will
> not fit coming out. I think I need to remove the fan from the motor
> while in the housing, then the motor will slide out on an angle. Does
> the fan screw on to the motor, or just slide off (with some pressure).
> I can't see any screws holding it on, but then I can't get it out all
> the way.
Hmmm Ford went backwards on this? If the motor and flange is pretty
large, that usually means it comes out in one piece.
the blower cage usually has a flatted shaft hub and a clip on end of shaft
to hold it on. No allen screw or the like... unless, like I say, they went