98 breeze blower motor amps?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Not Trying, Dec 11, 2006.

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    Not Trying Guest

    how many amps is two much for a blower motor with the 2.4 and ac
    have blown the 2nd Blower Motor Resistor in 3 weeks first was OEM
    anyone have a good guess for it ?

    ps i also have to do a head gasket SOON, big oil leak is it a pain in
    the ass to do , or just the 15 or so hours for me to do have only done
    1 other head gasket before

    thanks for any info
    Not Trying, Dec 11, 2006
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    Larry Crites Guest

    I don't know the amperage rating, but, on my Intrepid, when my resistor went
    out, I put a new one in and it promptly went out. So I just replaced the
    blower motor assembly. New resistor, no more problem.

    Behold Beware Believe
    Larry Crites, Dec 11, 2006
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    sqdancerLynn Guest

    Head gasket is not bad just time consuming. PS resivoir is a "B" Make sure
    you get the new style 3 layer gasket & you are supposed to replace the head
    bolts. Figure a long weekend
    Check the rear lobes on the cams as the leak can cause inadquit oil to the
    cam journals.
    sqdancerLynn, Dec 11, 2006
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    Not Trying Guest

    thanks for all the info
    i knew about the new gasket but did not hear about the cam
    pulled the blower today and it's kind of stiff not bad but not good so
    i think i have to pop in a new one.

    i wish i could get a .pdf file for the head gasket replacement steps
    and not have to buy a $90 book... i know it's on a cd or book
    so i just need that part

    any idea where that might be found ?
    thanks again everyone

    i think i will do it in a week or so ....
    Not Trying, Dec 12, 2006
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    Bill Putney Guest

    You could spring for a www.alldata.com subscription ($25 for a year; $15
    for any second vehilce or anual renewal) for your vehicle - should have
    the procedure. Whatever it does have should be right out of the FSM
    (i.e., not some aftermarket half-baked re-write).

    Also - Bigger city libraries have FSM's.

    Bill Putney
    (To reply by e-mail, replace the last letter of the alphabet in my
    address with the letter 'x')
    Bill Putney, Dec 12, 2006
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    kmatheson Guest

    I agree with Bill on this one. You will want to have a FSM or an
    alldata subscription. Also, I would suggest taking the
    head to a competent machine shop to re-surface if needed. They can also
    replace any valves or springs if needed.
    The new MLS "Multi-layered steel" headgasket is available from the
    dealer. I don't know if it is available from the aftermarket yet.

    The new gasket was put into production around Feb. 1999, at least that
    is what I have been able to determine.

    kmatheson, Dec 12, 2006
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    Not Trying Guest

    might be a good place to get the info i need www.alldata.com so thanks
    for the help
    right new i have some jb weild or the left back of the head and it
    looks like it stoped the oil drip for now so i have some time untill
    after the hollidays i hope to rip it apart

    ps the car has 59,000 on it and always have used moble1 full sys in it

    it looks like if i bought the car 2 months later it would have had the
    updated gasket....

    Not Trying, Dec 14, 2006
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