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How much does a Car Heater Blower Motor Replacement cost?

On average, the cost for a Audi 80 Quattro Car Heater Blower Motor Replacement is $317 with $203 for parts and $114 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
1989 Audi 80 QuattroL5-2.3LService typeCar Heater Blower Motor ReplacementEstimate$544.05Shop/Dealer Price$666.57 - $986.86
1988 Audi 80 QuattroL5-2.3LService typeCar Heater Blower Motor ReplacementEstimate$520.05Shop/Dealer Price$642.60 - $962.93
1990 Audi 80 QuattroL5-2.3LService typeCar Heater Blower Motor ReplacementEstimate$520.05Shop/Dealer Price$642.60 - $962.92
1991 Audi 80 QuattroL5-2.3LService typeCar Heater Blower Motor ReplacementEstimate$520.05Shop/Dealer Price$642.55 - $962.84
1992 Audi 80 QuattroL5-2.3LService typeCar Heater Blower Motor ReplacementEstimate$520.05Shop/Dealer Price$642.63 - $962.98
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What is the Heater Blower Motor all about?

The heater blower motor forces air through the vents. You are able to control the speed of the motor through switches, buttons, and dials on the dashboard. The motor contains a resistor which allows it to change the speed of the fan. Without this part you will not be able to change the speed of the airflow from the blower motor.

Keep in mind:

  • A bad connector can cause a heater blower motor to stop working, even if the blower motor is still in working condition.
  • Sometimes the heater blower motor stops working because it is jammed or stuck; in this case it can been repaired rather than replaced.
  • If the heater blower motor has been damaged by a fluid leak, then another component of your vehicle is malfunctioning and needs to be addressed.

How it's done:

  • Inspect electrical circuits to check for power and proper grounding to motor.
  • Remove and replace the faulty motor.
  • Confirm that the heater is working.

Our recommendation:

Due to the high amount of current, it is possible for the power connector to get too hot and melt. This will cause a bad connection and the heater blower motor will not work. Replacing the connector can fix this problem without the need for a new blower motor. Your mechanic should inspect the connector before replacing the heater blower motor.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Heater Blower Motor?

  • Heater fan operates at only one speed instead of multiple speeds.
  • Air is not coming out of the vents (when you turn AC or heat on).

How important is this service?

In addition to providing you with hot air in cold weather, the blower motor is important in circulating air through your car.

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12 years of experience
Audi A6 Quattro V6-3.0L Turbo - Heater Blower Motor - Dallas, Texas
Jacob is a pro. Took my car to the dealership to look at a couple things. They quoted me over $2700. Called Jacob to see if that sounded right. He went to work and sent me a quote. He did the research and found a better, more cost effective way to do the repairs. It allowed me to to get everything repaired and not have to worry. You can’t put a price on peace of mind. I’m done with dealerships.

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Audi Q7 V6-3.0L Turbo - Heater Blower Motor - San Jacinto, California
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31 years of experience
Audi Q7 V6-3.6L - Heater Blower Motor - Pasadena, California
Prompt and fast. Explained everything and was super professional.

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TJ
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Audi A6 Quattro V6-3.0L Turbo - Car Heater Blower Motor Replacement - Venice, Florida
TJ got the job done perfectly. I enjoyed meeting him. He is an honest man. We couldn't have asked for more.

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