I have posted some question and thanks to those who replied as i siad before my blower motor when i turn it on gradually slows down to where it doesnt hard hardly turns blowing hardly nothing out of the vents, I took the right side insulator off and the blower motor is right there, so I turned the heat on turned the blower motor on and nothing would not even blow took my fist hit the bottom of the blower motor and it started turning slowly hit it somemore it started turning faster then started slowing down, so Im leaning on a bad blower motor, what do u think, does this sound like what the issue is.
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1998 Chevrolet Cavalier Question: blower motor
Answer #1mastertech6371 January 05, 2011, 18:13Master
yes it does. replace the motor assembly.
ReplyBigmik, January 06, 2011, 13:45Rookie
Thanks Roy for all ur help I change the blower motor and that was it, im good to go even though it was a little difficult for a 280lb man in that small space. thanks for the help.