The design and performance of this product matches or exceeds that of the OEM
Dimensions and properties of magnets are comparable to or exceed OEM specifications
OEM specifications or better are met by the winds
The RPM of your motor must be the same as or greater than the OEM specifications
The blower motor has a wheeled flanged vented CCW design. In the case of shaft diameters - The 3125-inch screen
Questions & Answers
Do you include the screws for mounting it back and the 3 hole mounting flange with this product?
A flange has been incorporated into the design.
Can I use this on my 2008 chevy hhr?
Therefore, I am fairly confident that it will fit my 2007 as well.
The screws that came with mine were missing. Could someone let me know what size I need to ?
As I had done with the previous unit, I used the same screws. Install was easy and took a few minutes. You can use the correct tools as long as you've got them. Getting out one of the screws is quite a challenge. You almost have to stand on your head to get it out.
Do you receive mounting hardware with the unit?
I bought the kit and had everything I needed to install it correctly when I purchased it. I thought you would like to know To remove the OEM unit, you'll need to cut the bottom cover from the unit with a utility knife or razor blade. I was glad to spend the money on this. The car has a slight hum when it's on full blast, but once you're driving along, it doesn't bother you at all.
Selected User Reviews For Four Seasons/Trumark 75778 Blower Motor with Wheel
The motor is great, and it fits perfectly
Here's a tip for removing the original. The one to get is this one. I used the perfect fit, no extra parts to mess with, and it was completely self-contained A contained unit. It comes with all On my 2010 Honda HRV, this was installed. Here's a hint A small motor was molded into the bottom of the passenger side dash by General Motors. You will have to remove it via the dash. This might already be known to you, and you might dread standing on your head and cutting your head with a razor blade It's the worst method you can think of. Get a small flathead screwdriver and use a propane torch to warm up the end. Once you've done this, punch some holes into the plastic ring where you need to make cuts. When you move quickly, you are able to make at least 4 or 5 good pokes before the screwdriver cools down and you need to heat it up Like a hot knife through butter, it will make quick work of it. To do this, you have to create a perforated circle around the In order to remove the motor, keep holes relatively close and then use a larger screwdriver. Give it a little twist as you work around the circle, so the perforation you made will be snapped along, and you will be left with the motor This probably will be done really well. Plastic edges that are jagged will be easily cleaned up by using your hot screwdriver. In the future, your muscles will be grateful. That would be a lot less contorting as it would be much easier to get into that very tight space under the glovebox.
| Mar 31, 2021
Any replacement blower for this car works fine, but the installation is strange
A snow blower like this had never been installed on a car before, so the installation was a little more difficult than expected. In order to replace the motor, GM requires you to cut it out using a razor knife in between some specially cast What a strange thing to happen! The procedure would have to be followed for any replacement blower, it has nothing to do with this one. There are self tapping screws for it and GM molded sockets for them to go All you have to do is bolt it in place. It was mentioned that this blower makes noise after installation in other reviews that I There was no gasket included with this blower. The vibration is caused when it is bolted in place, so it causes vibration between With a corrugated cardboard gasket that I had cut myself, I was able to repair this. There is probably gasket material available that could be used for it, but for me that worked just fine. As far as sound is concerned, it sounds exactly like the factory one, no more noise. It also seems to have the same power. I bought the part for 40 dollars less than I would have paid at an auto parts store. suits me just fine!.
| Oct 24, 2020
the blower on my 2008 Chevy Cobalt
I had to replace the blower in my son's 2008 Chevy Cobalt because it It was generally possible to restart the fan with a swift kick or tap on the motor (under the glove box), but the summer months in Arizona are not the best time to be without air conditioning. The first thing I did was swap out the resistor after I did my research. As the blower motor replacement from Four Seasons/Trumark did not resolve the issue, it was replaced. This product came well packaged and with the mounting bolts so it can be installed. In YouTube, you can see how to remove the old one with a utility knife. Here's an idea to save yourself some effort make sure you have a new razor blade in your knife. You'll use much less energy this way. The new one comes with the 3 preinstalled programs after the old one is removed Already has mounting ring attached, so you just need to screw it back into place with the provided screws. As difficult as this process is, the process of having to squeeze my large framed body back into the passenger side floorboard is the most difficult. In terms of the actual replacement, it is quite straightforward. The fan appears to put out the same volume of air as the original, and I don't notice any additional motor noise as some reviews have stated. I am pleased with the price, the ease of installation, and the air output of the particular model. I give it a 5 star rating.
| Nov 18, 2020
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All at a great price! Exactly what I was looking for! There is not much chance of changing the blower motor on a Chevrolet Cobalt. must cut out the old motor with a razor knife and pay attention to the instructions or watch a YouTube video for directions on how to do this. While it may be a pain, you can still do it! It works perfectly and I am pleased with it. The one supplied with the original equipment works just as well as it did. In the three places where the new motor will bolt directly to the old one (one hole left behind when the old motor is removed), the old motor is removed. The set includes five screws with hex heads (9/32") The number of three was all that was In just a few minutes, the new part secured into place and worked perfectly. In the end, this new replacement is self contained, which is one of the best parts. In this case, the flange is directly integrated into the case of the chassis, making for a true "bolt and go" application. Other brands that are difficult to install can be seen in older videos. The one I was thinking of intended!) A breeze (four speeds more than enough!. *)*
I thought it was interesting to see this part made in Canada rather than It's kind of cool, isn't it?.
| Feb 27, 2021
Plastic is easily broken when it is soft
The vibration is horrendous on hot days The three that were ordered were all returned. It arrived with a crack in the fan when we ordered it. As a result, the second fan we ordered did not fit into the mount because a corner had broken away from it. It took the third one to show itself, and while it worked well for a cool day, but as soon as the car was out in the sun, its soft plastic mount flexed so much that the steering wheel vibrated horribly. Despite trying to turn the air conditioner up to the maximum setting, we couldn't. We returned the third one as well, and ordered a similar fan from a different vendor, using the housing we had already bought. It's possible for this fan to become soft and fall apart within just a few weeks after installation once your car gets above 80o F. Once that temperature is reached, the plastic that this fan is made of will be too soft and could break. In our old housing, we installed a fourth fan from another seller and we hope it will work we just installed the fourth fan from another vendor.
| Jan 19, 2021
Make sure you have a good box cutter at the There's one outstanding cutout design made by the OEM blower motor
I have no idea who came up with it. My guess is that it's to save money. Be sure you have a box cutter that does a good job. Unless you do this, you're going to snap a lot of blades like I did! However, once the old motor was cut out, the new motor could be installed with little to no difficulty. A new pigtail adapter has been installed on the new model, which is great. You're back to having heat and air conditioning again *BUT, if you still have the OEM blue fan on your car, make sure you replace the resistor too.
| Feb 01, 2021
It is reported that less airflow was experienced after the installation of this motor
My only qualm with this motor is its speed. The installation went smoothly, everything ran as it should, but the only issue I had was My old motor produces more airflow and I know this one isn't blowing as hard and I did end up changing the blower motor resistor since the speed is controlled by that part. However, the new blower motor resistor hasn't made any difference. The only problem I have is that the speed isn't very fast and the airflow is fairly limited.
| Jan 28, 2021