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hpr3499 :: Fixing a noisy blower motor

I fix a noisy blower motor that I put off since last winter.

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Hosted by Archer72 on 2021-12-30 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: car,repair,maintenance,bearing.
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A brief description of fixing a problem I put off from last winter, on the 2013 Hyundai Elantra.

Motor with the electrical plug still attached
Motor with the electrical plug still attached
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12 volt plug showing where to press the clip to remove it
12 volt plug showing where to press the clip to remove it
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Mess left by the lithium grease spray
Mess left by the lithium grease spray
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Broken clip: Don't try this
Broken clip: Don't try this
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Motor cage apart, showing the bearing
Motor cage apart, showing the bearing
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The transition sound used between audio clips is found on freesound.org:
Name: efectos de sonido cartoon » transition
Author: juanto9889
License: Creative Commons Zero


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