Climate unit blower replacement A detailed description of how to change the cabin blower motor with pictures.Climate unit blower replacementVolvo 850, S70, V70, XC70 Climate Blower Replacement Related Posts850 Climate Control Bulb Replacement How to replace 850 climate control bulbs, with pictures, and...Climate Control ECC Codes & Fan Fix Now the dreded lights have begun blinking again. I perceive...Troubleshoot Auto Volvo Climate Control Your ECC (Electronic Climate Control) stores diagnostic trouble codes and...Disassembling Volvo manual climate control Disassembling manual climate control 95 850. Nice write-up with pictures...Volvo Climate Control Panel Removal The link takes you to a thread in the forum...Removing Radio Climate Control Face How To Remove Radio/Climate Control Center Console...Replacement of entire sunroof system Member, atikovi was having trouble with the sunroof not working...A/C Evaporator Replacement with pics! Here is a great write-up with pictures of the 850...Volvo Ignition Lock Cylinder Replacement Thanks to "mom" for this one! Upon investigation of his...PCV cleaning/replacement If you have positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) bogging down your...Rear Camshaft Seal Replacement If you have an oil leak that appears to be...Rear Delta Link (Endlink) Replacement Excellent write-up with pictures. If your delta link looks anything... Share This Tweet Author Matt Date March 14, 2009 Categories Volvo 850 Volvo Climate Control: Heat & AC Volvo S70 & V70, 1998-2000 Volvo XC70 & V70XC Tags blower, Climate unit blower replacement, S70, V70, Volvo 850, XC70 3 responses to “Climate unit blower replacement” david magruder says: June 8, 2009 at 6:32 pm looking for directions to troubleshoot and/or replace a Climate Blower in a 1994 volvo 850. It blows a fuse immediately. Thanks, David Reply Kevin says: July 26, 2009 at 8:43 pm I am having a problem with the dashboard ventilation fan on my 1994 Volvo 850 wagon. It will only operate on the highest speed and has recently become even more noisy at the high speed. What do I need to to to fix the fan so it operates quietly at all speeds?Thanks!Kevin Reply Aduzi says: August 27, 2012 at 1:47 pm Just finished up taking my Climate Unit Blower out of my 850 GLT (Sweet Roll). While picking up my gorgeous wife from work, Sweet Roll and I pulled up to the Hospitals’ door. It was just then that a loud and startling noise jolted my senses. At first I thought it was machine gun fire so I ducked and popped my head above and below the dash a couple of times to see if I could locate the direction the reports were coming from. We have had gun play at that location before, hospitals are kind of volatile that way. There was a car pulling from its’ parking space in front of us but that wasn’t the source of the disturbance. The noise intensified and seemed to be coming from within the car. I turned the fan off to the air conditioner to quiet the cabin noise and the noise stopped. It was Sweet Rolls Climate Unit Blower. I might as well been shot in the gut because I knew how much a new one cost $250.00 and that was not installed.After the initial shock and upon returning to the man cave I went straight to the computer and Matthewsvolvosite.com. I was able to find step by step instructions on how to replace and or lubricate the old blower motor. After reading it several times I felt comfortable enough to attempt the fix on my own. Now here’s the interesting part. After following the step by step instructions (thank you) I pulled the motor and squirrel cage from underneath the dash (it’s all one unit). Sweet Roll had sucked up a plastic shopping bag into her squirrel cage and that was what accounted for the rat a tat tat of machine gun fire. I removed the bag and the day ended happily ever after. Thank you matthewsvolvosite.com. THE END Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me by email when the comment gets approved. Subscribe to the MVS Newsletter! Email Address All MVS email complies with the CAN-SPAM Act. You can unsubscribe here from the MVS Newsletter at any time.