im glad i didnt have to buy the whole thing,
Over time the bearings in your HVAC (Heating Ventilations & Air Conditioning) blower motor can dry out resulting in low fan output or a squealing sound coming from the vents. It may be time for a new HVAC blower motor.
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If you're looking to save some money but want to stay with original equipment, this is for you. It is a little extra work getting it in the fan assembly, however. Search for some how-tos online for good tips. When I was using a punch to force the shaft out of the fan, I found it helpful to give it a few nudges in opposing directions to loosen it up. I also used some fine grit sandpaper to smooth some of the rust a corrosion on the tip of the shaft that made it harder to get out. While you're at it, look into replacing the cabin filter or adding one in if you don't already have one. It'll extend your fan's life quite a bit if you keep the dirt and gunk out of it.