How to Replace Blower Motor 09-14 Ford F-150

How to Replace Blower Motor 09-14 Ford F-150

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🔧 List of tools used:
• 7mm Socket
• 8mm Socket
• Ratchet

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a bad or broken blower motor. This video is applicable to the 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Ford F-150

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cspears101 says:

When installing, was there any worry about pressing too hard and breaking the cage?

Dave Wilson says:

I just replaced the blower resister the fan will only work on high same thing ?? Could it be in the windings of the motor ?? Only 1 speed I hate to yank it for nothing u gave no symptons of the motor. Did it completely stop working/ ?? Is there a speed set up in side ??

Mark Stoltzfus says:

Thank you very much for posting this video! My blower was roaring and the shop couldn't fit me in before this weekend's single digit lows set in. I pulled the blower and found what looks like some sort of broken spacer/fastener in the squirrel cage. Put the blower back in and everything works just fine. I'm curious about what that loose piece is, though. Anyway, instead of $250 for parts and labor to replace my blower, I spent just $12 for an 8mm ratchet wrench.


Great video!! Thanks so much for the video placement and quality. Your explanations are simple and to the point, and I love how you showed that you tried different tools. Well done!! Cheers from Innisfil Ontario Canada!!

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