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So ive been working on my 87 Fleetwood brogham for a year now. Just took it to Hot August Nights in Reno this past weekend. Drove it from Sacramento and made it there and back without a problem and only using half a tank of gas there and little more then a quarter tank back home ;-)

My next thing im ganna tackle is the heating/ AC. Neither work. Summer is almost over so not worried about the AC so im ganna focus on the Heating first. My question is where should I start? If I turn the heater on I can hear it click by the passenger feet but there is no hot air or no air blowing what so ever...

My friend Ben and I rollin our Cadillacs up @ Hot August Nights

 

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If there is a display on the ECC, and you can change the temperatures and everything works correctly, it's probably the blower motor...




Is it just me, or has there been a lot of blower motor problems lately?
 

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nice car, that looks a little higher the most other cars I see with hydros. I think its the blower motor also.
 

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nice car, that looks a little higher the most other cars I see with hydros. I think its the blower motor also.
Yeah ive built it to ride higher then most. Most will stop at 12 or 14" strokes in the rear on a street car. I did 16s. But to fit 16s I have a collapsible (with a spring) drive shaft, upper and lower adjustable control arms, and 5" drop mounts to drop the upper control arms 5".

Thanks im going to look into the blower motor!!!
 
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