2014 Chrysler Town and Country Rear Blower Motor Replacement Step by Step Tutorial

2014 Chrysler Town and Country Rear Blower Motor Replacement Step by Step Tutorial

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In this video, I show you a step-by-step tutorial on the rear blower motor replacement on the 2014 Chrysler Town & Country. On average a repair shop will charge $400 to $600 for this repair. This is an easy auto DIY replacement that you can save yourself hundreds of dollars all within 30 minutes of your time. Thank you as always for watching my video and if you have not subscribed to the channel yet now is that time! Start saving yourself and your family money on your auto repairs by following my channel giving you step-by-step guides to complete your project without the headache. All parts and tools that are used in today’s video can be found in the video description down below. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to hit the like button thanks, everyone!

————————————————Parts Used in Video—————————————–
Torq bit set- https://amzn.to/304NYM9
Rear blower motor- https://amzn.to/2XiOCE7
Basic Mechanic Tool Set- https://amzn.to/3fNrAMI
Trim Tool Set- https://amzn.to/3hwOtVh

——————————————-Contents of Video——————————————-
0:00 Intro to Video
2:10 Start of Repair
5:13 Starting to remove the rear trim
5:38 How to remove your seatbelts
9:00 Blower motor location and removal

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Jennifer Sidoff says:

Thanks for uploading this video! My husband and I were able to do this repair ourselves today following your instructions. Ours is a 2016 and the layout was slightly different but using your video we were able to figure it out and saved us several hundred dollars!

Dayne B says:

That cup holder is plastic weld into the whole trim piece you do not want to take that off unless you plan on gluing it back

Karmen Israel says:

Thank You for the upload. I will try and do this in 20 minutes. Unless my shop charges me $30 or less….

Karmen Israel says:

I hope I can do this in 20 minutes, I have the tools ☹️☺️

T Duke says:

LMFAO @ EASY. This is a huge pain in the ass….

Simplyblesd says:

Repair starts at 2:12

Terry Lankford says:

Thanks for showing how to do this. I got 2016 touring n most compatible with your 2014

jcubedjones says:

I like the fact that you've linked to all of the tools and parts after verifying them all for us. I also love the fact that you still have your stroller in the back and let your son come on through the van while you're working on the van, showing that you can still be a great daddy AND get the job done at the same time! I hope your son playing around you working on cars gets him interested in helping you out and learning how to do this stuff as he gets older. In the meantime, keep showing how to be a great daddy while gettin' things done.

donna jenkins says:

I have a 2015 same model not blowing any air out of the rear but occasionally I'll hear a noise out of the vent, a vibration/ticking sound. Does this still sound like a replacement blower is needed?

Shane Wampler says:

The A/C and heat for the driver/passenger works well in the van, but no air blows out at all in the rear cabin. Is there something else I should check first or just replace the blower motor?

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