How to Replace Blower Motor 00-07 Volvo V70

How to Replace Blower Motor 00-07 Volvo V70

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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 03 Volvo V70

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common logic says:

Hint for all arts replacement projects: Always look at your new part before removing the old. There was no reason to search for and discover a phantom 5th bolt. You would have known exactly what you were reaching for and where it was. Other than that, the video was easy to follow.

Francisca Banahene says:

Nice video!

Nuge17 says:

Awesome video – thanks 1A Auto!

Richard Chaplinsky CD says:

Hi. Very clear and to the point. Do you lubricate the fan before you reinstall the motor?

David Brown says:

Thanks for the good video, My V70 fan stopped working yesterday and I'm now going to replace it myself rather than pay ££££ to the garage :0)

Jeremy says:

I got the part in and just saw this video. Best tutorial out there. The bolt in the back is difficult to remove, but unlike some misleading forums recommended, it can be removed without breaking any tabs. I found a little lubrication helped use the torx socket at a slight angle without it walking out of the screw head. It's kind of a slow and awkward job, but it's not really that difficult.

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