Menu

1A Auto Video Library
Our how-to videos have helped repair over 100 million vehicles

How to Replace Blower Motor 07-14 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Share on:
  1. step : Removing the Blower Motor (0:23)
    • Disconnect the electrical connector
    • Remove the three T25 Torx bolts from the blower motor
    • Remove the blower motor
  2. step : Installing the Blower Motor (3:20)
    • Insert the blower motor into place
    • Tighten the T25 Torx bolts
    • Connect the electrical connector

Hey friends, it's Len here at 1A Auto. Today, I'm working on a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser, and I'm going to be replacing the blower motor. It's going to be very simple and you can do it too. If you need this or any other part. You can always check us out 1aauto.com. Thanks.

Okay, so I took out the glove box just so you can see what's going on down there, because getting underneath here at the same time as I'm underneath there is going to be a little difficult for the camera guy. Just a heads up, you don't need to take out the glove box to do the blower motor. While this is underneath the dash, it's going to be sitting just like this, but I'm going to turn it like this so I can show you. You've got a mounting hole here, there, here. Those are Torx bits, 25s.

You also have an electrical connector right here. To do that, you just grabbed right here with your thumb, wiggle it, pull down your electrical connector, and then you take out your three mounting bolts. This will drop right out. Okay, so I'm going to go under here and do it. You're not going to really be able to see much of anything, so I wanted to just quickly explain it to you. Grab the push connector, give it a little wiggle. There's our connector. Look around for any colors, any corrosion. Rainbow colors inside of electrical connectors are very bad, could come from moisture or something like that.

Now I'm going to use my Torx bit 25, remove these little, there we are, little screws. Once you break them free, generally speaking, you should be able to spin it out by hand because they just screw into plastic so they're really not torqued in or anything. Screw number two looks exactly the same as the first. I don't have to worry about mixing those up, that's nice. Screw number three, same as the other two. Easy peasy. I'm going to grab my blower motor, give it a little wiggle, pull it right out of here. Blower motor. For the head on these bolts, you can use something as basic as a flathead, so you got the long slash there. You can you use the T25, which is what I used to remove it. Or you can also use an 8 millimeter socket. Any of those three we'll remove these bolts.

Here we are friends, a quick product comparison for you. Over here, we have our blower motor out of our 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser, just removed it. Over here, we have our brand new quality 1A Auto part. Your blower motor comes with a brand new cage, which is very important. A lot of times you'll get these and they'll just come with the bottom assembly. You have to take the cage off of your old one and then mount it on there, and of course they break. Ours comes with a brand new cage, which is great. It comes balanced, so you know you're not going to get too much of a hum coming out of that. That's nice. Don't have to worry about it vibrating and wobbling. It's got your electrical connector down here, and of course your three mounting holes. With all that said, I don't see any reason why this isn't a quality part to install on the vehicle, so I'm going to go ahead and do it. If you need this or any other part, you can always check us out 1aauto.com. Thanks.

Okay, so we have our brand new blower motor down here. We're going to come underneath the dash, line it up with the holes, slide it in, just like that. Very nice. We'll take our three mounting bolts, there we go, come on. Nice. I'm not going to tighten any of them up until I get all three of them started, and then once they're all in, I'll go ahead with the electrical connector. I'm going to do the electrical connector last, just in case the blower motor decides it wants to come down for some reason. I don't have to worry about it putting a tug on my harness.

I'm going to start with tightening the one that's farthest away from me/the hardest to get to. That one's definitely going in. All right, all three of them are going in so I'm just going to go ahead and tighten this up. I'm just screwing into plastic here, so I'm not going to go super tight once it bottoms out, which I think it just did, yep. A teeny bit more and that's it. Do the same to all three screws. There we are. Okay, there it is. Blower motor's nice and tight. There's a little wiring clip up here, that just holds that up. Pop this in. There we are. Here we go. Oh yeah, there she blows. Cool.

Thanks for watching. Visit 1aauto.com for quality auto parts shipped to your door, the place for DIY auto repair. If you enjoyed this video, please click the subscribe button.

Tools needed for replacement:

    Star Drivers & Sockets

  • T25 Driver

2007 - 2013  Acura  MDX
2007 - 2012  Acura  RDX
2006 - 2011  Buick  Lucerne
2006 - 2011  Cadillac  DTS
2007 - 2010  Chrysler  Sebring
2007 - 2012  Dodge  Caliber
2009 - 2013  Dodge  Journey
2007 - 2011  Honda  CR-V
2008 - 2012  Honda  Accord
2009 - 2010  Dodge  Ram 1500 Truck
2010 - 2010  Dodge  Ram 2500 Truck
2010 - 2010  Dodge  Ram 3500 Truck
2011 - 2013  Ram  1500 Truck
2006 - 2007  Subaru  B9 Tribeca
2009 - 2015  Honda  Pilot
2011 - 2016  Honda  Odyssey
2008 - 2014  Subaru  Tribeca
2009 - 2014  Acura  TL
2007 - 2015  Mazda  CX-9
2009 - 2014  Acura  TSX
2011 - 2014  Chrysler  200
2007 - 2014  Toyota  FJ Cruiser
2008 - 2014  Dodge  Avenger
2007 - 2017  Ford  Edge
2015 - 2017  Acura  TLX
2013 - 2017  Ford  Fusion
2011 - 2017  Ram  5500 Truck
2011 - 2017  Ram  4500 Truck
2014 - 2017  Lincoln  MKZ
2011 - 2017  Ram  2500 Truck
2011 - 2017  Ram  3500 Truck
2007 - 2017  Jeep  Compass (MK)
2007 - 2017  Jeep  Patriot (MK)
2007 - 2017  Lincoln  MKX
2010 - 2011  Honda  Accord Crosstour
2012 - 2013  Honda  Crosstour

2007-10 Ford Edge; 2007-09 Lincoln MKX Heater Blower Motor w/Fan Cage

Heater Blower Motor with Fan Cage

This part replaces:

  • Hollander 615-00129
  • TYC 700203
  • DEPO 332-58002-100
  • OE # 7T4Z19805A
  • OE # 5191345AA
  • OE # 25770668
  • OE # 68048903AA
  • OE # 15-80644
  • OE # 79310STKA41
  • OE # TD1161B10
  • OE # 8710335100
  • OE # 79310TK4A41
  • OE # 79310STXA01
  • OE # 7L4Z19805A
  • OE # 72223XA00A
  • OE # 79310TA0A01
How To Replace Inside Door Handle 07-13 Chevy Silverado

How To Replace Inside Door Handle 07-13 Chevy Silverado

Watch this video to learn how to replace an interior door handle. The experts at 1A Auto show how to replace a broken or snapped interior door handle on your 07-13 Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra.

Search Videos
Go To Top

FAST & FREE
SHIPPING

Same Day Shipping

In stock orders ship same day when ordered by 4pm ET. Need your parts faster? Select expedited shipping at checkout.

QUALITY
AUTO PARTS

Guaranteed to Fit

Our team of auto experts work hard to provide you with the highest quality, direct fit replacement auto parts. We know not all auto parts are created equal. This is why we enforce a strict level of product standards and sourcing with every part.

EXPERT USA
CUSTOMER SUPPORT

USA Customer Support

Our goal is to exceed our customers' expectations every day. We are a team of passionate auto enthusiasts who are here to help. If you have a question about our parts or a repair contact us.

HOW-TO
VIDEOS

Instructional Video Library

Our 1A Auto Video Library has thousands of how-to auto repair installation videos specific to year, make and model. Each video guides you with step-by-step instructions to empower you to tackle your own repairs on your car, truck, SUV, or van.

Loading...