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Thread: Blower Motor

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    mattcav1 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Blower Motor

    Does any one know where the blower motor is on the 2007 Escalade is it on the firewall or in the cabin? Mine is dead and needs replaced.


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    CRL1 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Blower Motor

    Its below the right side instrument panel.

    See attached diagram from service manual for
    my 08 Escalade ESV.

    It can't be that bad to change because
    labor time for replacement is only 0.6 hrs.

    There is also a Blower control module(solid state)
    used for speed control, you may want to check that
    out.
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    Blade is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Blower Motor

    I recently had my blower motor suddenly fail... symptoms were the front vents blew nothing except a small breeze when driving but nothing when stopped. Rear vents blew just fine.

    The picture above was very helpful, but for those who are wondering, Part #5 above is the blower motor, and its super easy to replace.

    Take out two of the 3 7mm bolts holding the cover and rotate aside under the passenger side dashboard. There is a tab that you must lift on the blower motor, which allows it to rotate out like your unscrewing a lid off a jar. Unclip the three wire harnesses and replace with new motor.

    All I had to do was remove and clean the wires a bit and it went back to working. But it saved ~$400 in repairs. Thanks to the above poster for the pic!


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