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Services > Air Conditioning & Heating> Air Conditioning System Parts > AC Blower Motor

Function: Drives air through the cabin's heating and air conditioning system.

Signs of Wear: Lack of airflow through the cabin vents, unusual noises coming from the blower motor.

Air Conditioning Component: AC Blower Motor- Houston's Premier Auto Repair Facility

As mentioned above, your air conditioning blower motor drives the air through the cabin's heating and air conditioning system. Some of the most common signs of a problem with the blower motor would be restricted amount or no air flow through the car's passenger compartment air vents as well as/or, some unusual noises coming from the general area of the AC duct housing or heater case assembly. It depends on your vehicle's year, make, and model as to where the blower motor is located.

The air conditioning is a complex system and understanding the reason something failed is just as important as fixing the car itself. Bring your vehicle today so it may be examined by an ASE Certified Technician in Heating and Air Conditioning. We have the latest EPA compliance equipment to inspect your vehicle's Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning System. The benefits of having a certified technician with the proper tools for examining your vehicle include finding the source of the problem AND the important WHY something failed. Pinpointing the source of the failure and why helps resolve the problem for good versus running into the same issue later. Our staff can provide insight and tips on how to prevent costly repairs in the future. 

Majority of air conditioning and heating repairs can often be prevented with routine maintenance or by bringing the vehicle into the auto shop at the moment you begin to notice your air conditioning or heater not performing normally. Whether you notice the car A/C not to be cooling like it used to and having a performance issue or wet spots appearing, odd, sweet or bitter smells, or irregular noises that you recently noticed -- bring the vehicle to the shop so it may be inspected by a certified professional so they can discover the cause of the inefficient air conditioning or heating performance. 

Have your vehicle checked by an ASE Certified Technician in Heating & Air Conditioning. 

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