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    Vehicle : Vectra C 2.0 DTI Elite


    Engine : Y20DTH

    Year : 2003

    Mileage : 168K

    Default Vectra C Blower - How to Change

    Hi all,

    First post ... have searched for about 30 mins but cannot seem to fnd instructions on how to change the blower fan on a Vectra C 2004 DTI Elite.

    The blower does not work on any speed (so I don't think it's the resistors) and grey smoke came out from the fan area (behind the glovebox) AND my local garage told me it's the blower. However I do't have a spare £400 lying around, so I have just ordered a replacement blower for £100 from ebay, but wanted to find some instructions (with pics) on how to change it .. otherwise, it's another £100 to fit.

    Can anyone help ?

    Many thanks

    TK

    Apols if this is in the wrong forum

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    You've probably fixed this now but just in case...

    http://www.blower-motor-resistor.co....-resistor.html

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    it will take you about half hour mate did mine at weekend take the glove box out then you can see fan theres 5 torx screws holding it in remove them and the fan will come out your prob only get fan not the plastic caseing the fans held in with 3 torx screws you should have gone to breakers yard mine cost me £35 if you get stuck send me a measge and ile try me best to help

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    I took mine out to get to the air recirculating motor. It wasnt to bad. Just a bit cramped for a 6'3" chap like me. I used the Haynes Mannual for the instructions. Allways worht £18 especially if you plan on doing work on your car.

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