Gary LUNDSTROM: Great video, thanks! Just a suggestion that helped me on my 2004 Trailblazer. After pulling the blower fan motor due to excessive noise (mine was full of paper pieces, string or what ever) a mouse nest. Don't forget to either stick your hand up in the housing or use a shop vac to get any remaining debris out of there before putting the blower fan motor back in. If there's any remaining debris and you don't clean it out, your blower fan motor will be making excessive noise again when you put it back together and start it. This happened to me! Also, I found it easier to take the glove box off completely, rather than it left dangling in the way. There are only 3 each (7 mm) bolts that holds the hinge in place. Thanks again for the video!
William Nachtrab: Thank you for the video. This gave me self confidence to tackle the problem. Turns out my motor was not bad but plugged up from mice making a nest before winter.
Angela Kirkland: Thanks between this and many blogs I saved myself a macanic bill
Donna Kenney: Thanks for the video. I found small pieces of broken plastic but mostly several pieces of a very thin grey mesh kind of insulation? So I don't know what that is, but the fan is once again quiet!!
Rick Leikam: Thank you 1A Auto, this video was exactly what I needed to remove a rodent from the fan in my wife's Olds Bravada. Keep up the good work!
Bob Bilheimer: Just ordered the blower motor (from you guys) after watching this video. It doesn't seem nearly as daunting as I first thought. I'll keep you posted as soon as the part comes in and the job is done.
HotHeaded Productions: have any videos on R&R heater core? 2001 trailblazer
Pete Craine: Very helpful thanx...
Miguel: I have a 08 trailblazer and my AC heater is not working, how do you know what problem can it be, control resistor or the heater AC fan blower motor thanks
Ezequiel Parra: I have a Chevy Blazer 2005 and the air system stopped working over all, the blower motor does make a little noise once in a blue moon like if it wants to start but when I turn on the air (either ac/heater/fan), it brings down the vehicles RPM to the level that the vehicle turns off... Also, it's very cold here... Help please... Thanks
Tim Mosley: Is this to make the vent blowers at eye level work again? because the one for the windshield and the floor work fine..but the vents don't blow anymore.
Angie Reed: My 2005 chevy trailblazer makes a whistling noise when driving when ac is on. There is no noise when vehicle is idle and none when heat is on. Any clues? Thanks in advance
carpe diem: The heat does not blow out on the driver side of my 2008 trailblazer . Passenger side if fine but not driver side.. Can you tell me what it might be? One side works so it doesn't seem like it could be the blower motor? You know best
Dawn Jones: I have a 2003 trailblazer that the ac and heat work fine but when i turn them on It makes a clicking sound on the passenger side vent? Is this the blower going out or something else?
Sharon Stribling: ok my blower isn't blowing cool air no more but it clicks on, what else could have cause it to stop?
Keirria Mosby: I changed the motor wires r good but heat still doesn't blow I here something when I change to vents an floor still no heat wat should I do next
Steve Young: For the fan blower, Are you replacing the fan blower or the parts that connect to it, because i am having that problem my air/heat dosent work and when i get to a certain speed it will kick on. Can you tell me what is the problem? i have a chevy trailblazer 2005
521farmer: howdie why does my blower motor only blow cold air in the rear ?hot air up frount 2006 TrailBlazer LT
Bertha Giroux: my question is if the heater in the bk takes awhile to kick in and when it does only blows cold air and the heat in the front doesnt come on at all what should i check first
Tech The Trucker: what else could the car have problems with it if its not the blower motor? we checked the fuses and they all seem fine.
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