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Old 29 Dec 2010, 05:46 am
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Default Is is very difficult to change the 'blower motor' on a 92 Honda Accord ULX?

My heater and A/C work fine but the blower is going out and Honda wants like $600.00 to replace it. I can get the motor at Napa for $69.99 and the repair manual for $24.99 and borrow metric tools but I have never tried to repair a foreign car before, only American motors like Ford, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Mustang, Bronco,and a Blazer. So I am not an idiot. My Dad showed me a lot before he died and I am recently divorced so that rules out the husband LOL. Sooooo any helpful hints out there? Please?
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Old 29 Dec 2010, 06:01 am
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I've never done one myself but from what I've read, they are not easy....perhaps a 3-4 hour job or more depending on your skills. Not something a novice should tackle but possibly something you could do.

Here's a couple links to the procedure.....

Autozone has free repair guides have to sign up for free to get it...

You might try calling around to other shops and see if they will quote a lower rate....check with your insurance agent or friends, family, co-workers as well as to who they might recommend.

Some links to customer-recommended shops....

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Old 29 Dec 2010, 06:16 am
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no its very easy
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Old 30 Dec 2010, 01:36 am
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Default Re: Is is very difficult to change the 'blower motor' on a 92 Honda Accord ULX?

on hardness scale 6 out of 10.

what it will takes if it is just the motor, and you got the tools to do it like a engine picker and time.

Quickly, Start by draining all the fluids, next remove radiator fans, alternator, power steering pump, ac if you got it and move cruise control pump.
next remove all the TOP bolts of transmission to the motor and the distributor and wires, air cleaner system, the radiator hoses and the manifold bolts to the engine and covers.
now remove hose off the heater core and intake hoses to. Now start removing valve cover hoses, now unbolt all the top bolts holding the intake on the motor and remove all wiring connections and wire harness to the side.
now lift car remove wheels and put on stands, remove balancer, timing case cover, and the unbolt catalytic converter and remove both catalytic and manifold.
unbolt flywheel from the transmission and lower transmission bolt, if cooling line or clutch lines in the way remove them with soft hands. Now unbolt the support bar for the axe and the lower bolts from the intake manifold and oil filter. It might help if you unbolt the mounts when you are done under the car and when you have it supported, Now slowly move the intake away from the motor and till motor is clear. Now do the same for transmission and flywheel. Now wiggle it out and you are done.
to install repeat backwards.
It should take you 4 hours out and in if you was me and 2 day for a person that never done it 1 day out and 1 day in. But that is learning and learning is half the battle, just try not to break anything taking it out and don't over tight anything. Read and research and ask questions.
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