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How to Replace Blower Motor with Fan Cage 01-07 Ford Escape

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  1. step : Removing the Blower Motor (0:34)
    • Disconnect the blower motor resistor wiring harness
    • Pull the blower motor wiring harness out of its clip
    • Disconnect the bower motor wiring harness
    • Remove the three 8mm bolts from the blower motor
    • Pull out the blower motor
  2. step : Preparing the New Blower Motor (2:09)
    • Attach the foam pad to the new blower motor with contact cement
    • Attach the gasket to the new blower motor with contact cement
    • Put the plastic cover onto the new blower motor
  3. step : Installing the New Blower Motor (2:34)
    • Twist the new blower motor into place
    • Insert the two inside 8mm bolts into the blower motor
    • Insert the outside 8mm bolt into the blower motor
    • Reconnect the blower motor wiring harness
    • Clip the blower motor wiring harness into place
    • Connect the blower motor resistor wiring harness

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In this video, we're going to show you how to replace an A/C and heater blower motor on this 2002 Ford Escape, same as any 2001 to 2007. Also the same for the Mercury Mariner. The only tool you'll need is an 8mm socket with a ratchet and extension.

The blower is right here, near your passenger's feet. It's held in by three bolts. You can see one right up in there, one there, and then, one right there. The first step in the process is you actually want to disconnect your blower motor resistor which is further under the dash. There's a little tab on the backside that you push. Then, pull that connector down and off. Now, you want to disconnect the blower motor and you pull the harness up and out of the clip. There's another clip that holds the connector on. Pull that down with your finger, and then pull the harness off. Now, I'm going to fast forward here as I remove the three bolts. Basically the blower motor comes right down. It is a little bit of a tight fit so it requires a little bit of force to get it out between the air duct and the kick panel on the side. If you really watch close, you'll notice that when I filmed this I did not unplug the heater, the blower motor resistor first. The harness got in the way a little bit, so I definitely recommend unplugging that blower motor resistor first.

Prepare the new motor. I use a little bit of contact cement to glue on the foam pad. Make sure that you compare the two. Put this in the right place and also a little bit of contact cement to glue on this gasket on the other side. Put the plastic down on it.

From here, it's a reverse of the procedure. I'm going to speed through it. You basically just force the motor up in there. You kind of twist it into place and get that protrusion that's on the back of the motor up into place. Start a bolt by hand. Start two of them by hand. Tighten those two up then put the third one in that's over closer to the kick panel. It's usually easiest to do it that way. Once you get everything tightened up, later on here, I will just reconnect both harnesses and it'll be good to go.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet
  • Socket Extensions

  • Sockets - Metric

  • 8mm Socket

2001 - 2006  Mazda  Tribute
2001 - 2007  Ford  Escape
2005 - 2007  Mercury  Mariner

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