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Triumph Blower motor replacement
What Does A Triumph Blower Motor Do And When Does It Need To Be Replaced?
The blower motor in your Triumph is a critical component of your car’s ability to heat or cool air.
Whilst it is not capable of heating or cooling itself, the blower motor’s responsibility lies in forcing air that has either been heated or cooled through the Triumph Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning system (HVAC) or, simply put, the air vents inside the Triumph.
If your Triumph air conditioning system no longer responds to the HVAC controls, this is a common sign that your blower motor has failed.
There are warning signs when a blower motor is near failure.
An odd noise coming from behind the dash on the passenger side, such as a mechanical grinding or whining noise, can be a sign that the motor is on the cusp of failure.
Additionally, air that is struggling to come out of the vents is also a sign the motor is on its way out.
Replacing the blower motor on your Triumph will be a straightforward task for a trained mechanic on AutoGuru.