Used Audi Heat Blower Motors
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About Heat Blower Motors
Part of the car's heating and air conditioning system, the Audi heat blower motor functions to provide heat to the inside of the car. It is responsible for moving air through the car's cabin heating and, if fitted, cooling system.
The Audi heater blower motor is generally located behind the car's dashboard and is connected to a network of ducts which allow the fan to move air to various areas of the interior. The driver can control the settings and set the desired temperature via a switch or a lever on the dashboard.
The air conditioning, heating and climate control systems in the car ensure your journey is comfortable, making sure the air quality and temperature in the car is maintained at a comfortable setting regardless of temperature conditions outside. Much like a desk fan the heater blower motor rotates a fan which causes air to be forced through the ducting and out the vents in the car's dashboard or floor. The motor has a resistor which allows the speed to be adjusted via the controls on the dashboard.
The Audi heater blower motor can fail due to a bad connections, damaged wiring or switch, a blown fuse, a worn resistor, worn motor or because the fan is stuck or jammed against another internal component. Replacing a faulty heat blower fan with the Audi heat blower fan will provide you with a compatible part that installs correctly, performs well and ultimately lasts longer.
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