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Kia Sportage: Blower Unit | Blower Motor

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning / Blower / Blower Unit | Blower Motor

Components and Components Location

 Component Location

 Components

 Components

  1. Intake case (LH)
  2. Intake case (RH)
  3. Blower motor
  4. Intake door
  5. Intake actuator
  6. Mofet [Auto type]
  7. Resistor [Manual type]
  8. Climate control air filter cover
  9. Climate control air filter
  10. Ionizer
  11. Blower case (Upper)
  12. Blower case (Lower)
  13. Intake seal

Repair procedures

Replacement

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the crash pad and heater blower unit.

(Refer to HA group - "Heater Unit")

—. Remove the heater blower unit (A) from crash pad.

4. Remove the blower unit (A) from the heater unit (B) after loosening a

4. Remove the blower unit (A) from the heater unit (B) after loosening a mounting bolt and screws.

NOTE

NOTE

Make sure that there is no air leaking out of the blower and duct joints.

5. Installation is the reverse order of removal.

Blower Motor

Repair procedures

Inspection

1. Connect the battery voltage and check the blower motor rotation.

2. If the blower motor is not operating when voltage is applied, substitute

2. If the blower motor is not operating when voltage is applied, substitute with a known-good blower motor and check for proper operation.

3. If the problem is collected, replace the blower motor.

Replacement

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Disconnect the connector (A) of the blower motor.

3. Remove the blower motor (B) after loosening the mounting screws.

4. Installation is the reverse order of removal.

4. Installation is the reverse order of removal.

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