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Offline Corey P


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I have just purchased my first Maserati this week and I am still smiling. I need to replace the air con heater fan, I have a spare but could do with a little help locating it before I start taking the car apart. I have tried on line but have had no joy in locating it position.



Offline anotherforumuser

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I have just purchased my first Maserati this week and I am still smiling. I need to replace the air con heater fan, I have a spare but could do with a little help locating it before I start taking the car apart. I have tried on line but have had no joy in locating it position.

Do you want the bad news or the bad news? Sounds like you have to take the dash out to do it.
http://www.maseratilife.com/forums/modern-maserati/7386-replacing-blower-fan-air.html

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It's quite ridiculous that it takes nearly 16 hours of labor to replace the blower, but that's the fault of the designers, not the people servicing it..






Offline anotherforumuser

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This site seems to have every schematic you could ever want.... except the under dash air con unit.

http://www.eurospares.co.uk/partTable.asp?M=3&Mo=389&A=2&B=20982&S=



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Have you tried playing with the wiring from the fuse box to the fan? Sometimes its just a bad connection and moving the wiring can fix it.



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Offline anotherforumuser

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...... or ask Goober.. :D

That was my first thought, I even typed the comment but didnt post it. lol



Offline Corey P


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The part that has to be replaced is the electro fan, tried the fuses and wires but it is the fan it self. I have located it and tested the new fan and works. Now to try and remove and replace.



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