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65 Reviews


19th July 2018
“I believe there were problems finding the replacement part which took a little longer than normal but all working fine. Good job.”


Chevrolet Spark • Heater blower motor replacement

18th March 2018
“Ray did a sterling job, he was very friendly welcoming (made me a coffee). The replacement of the alternator on my Jaguar XF was fast and effective. I would recommend both Ray at RPS garage services Ltd and also ClickMechanic. Very pleased thank you“


Jaguar XF • Alternator replacement


16 Reviews


3rd July 2018
“Robbie was great. He knew exactly what was required and although it was an awkward job for a number of reasons, he kept me well informed of his progress. Very professional job, thank you!”


Land Rover Freelander 2 • Heater blower motor replacement

2nd March 2018
“Robbie was terrific from start to finish. He is a very pleasant fellow that puts the customer first. Communications were good and I was kept informed of progress throughout. He went far and above the call of duty as some parts were seized (causing tool breakages) but he worked into the evening - a Friday evening! - to get the job completed. Any other garage would have said that they'll need the car until next week.“


Land Rover Freelander • Front driveshaft CV joint (all) replacement


25 Reviews


Sk Autos Ltd

Leicester , 10 years of experience

3rd July 2018
“turned up on time fitted my new blower motor quickly

i will be using this service again in the future”


Ford Focus • Heater blower motor replacement

23rd April 2018
“The guy did a fantastic job would highly recommend. He kept in touch and let me know any issues I had. It's a 15 year old van high mileage. And they sorted everything. I will 100% use them again”


Mercedes-Benz Vito • Replace brake pipes and coil spring


44 Reviews


Cmg Automotive Ltd

Warwick , 27 years of experience

23rd May 2018
“Craig did an excellent job - he arrived at the agreed time, replaced the fan motor very quickly and ensured that the car was clean where he had worked. Very impressed!!”


BMW 5 Series • Heater blower motor replacement

1st March 2018
“Craig arrived early.Very friendly and professional.Excellent service provided.Highly recommended.Located the problem immediately.Took great care to jack up vehicle and not to damaged the newly powder coated wheels. Would say the service received was first class.“


BMW 3 Series • Front suspension lower arm, front replacement


47 Reviews


12th May 2018
“Andrew was great, very handy that he came out to me in the evening after I had finished work to do a full service and fixed the blower on my van.”


Peugeot Bipper • Heater blower motor replacement

15th September 2017
“Andrew was very efficient ”


Vauxhall/Opel • Car Won't Start Inspection

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How much does a Heater Blower Fan repair cost?

Labour times and part prices vary depending on the particular vehicle, but to give you an idea here are some examples.

Car Franchise Dealer estimate Independent Garage estimate ClickMechanic ClickMechanic Saving
Car2004 Volkswagen Bora Franchise Dealer Est.£144 - £205 Independent Garage Est.£95 - £146 ClickMechanic Est.£95 - £146 Saving30%
Car2007 Skoda Fabia Franchise Dealer Est.£353 - £403 Independent Garage Est.£236 - £272 ClickMechanic Est.£238 - £274 Saving32%
Car2009 BMW 1 Series Franchise Dealer Est.£203 - £311 Independent Garage Est.£133 - £224 ClickMechanic Est.£133 - £224 Saving30%
Car2012 Fiat 500 Franchise Dealer Est.£155 - £184 Independent Garage Est.£125 - £143 ClickMechanic Est.£125 - £143 Saving20%
Car2006 Volvo V70 Franchise Dealer Est.£245 - £271 Independent Garage Est.£169 - £187 ClickMechanic Est.£170 - £188 Saving30%

Want to learn more about Heater Blower Fan repairs?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does a Heater Blower Fan do?

The heater blower fan is part of the heating system in your car. It is a unit comprising of a motor that blows air into the passenger compartment. It does not just blow warm air when the heater is on, but cool air too (provided the heater is turned off of course). Moreover, it circulates the air through the cabin to ensure a continuous, fresh, supply of air.

How do you know there is something wrong with a Heater Blower Fan?

  • When the fan does not work at all (i.e. when it does not push air through the air vents).
  • When the air coming from the air vents is not as strong as usual.
  • When the fan's operating speed stays the same even when changing its speed.

When should you consider a Heater Blower Fan replacement?

Over time, the heater blower fan's motor can wear and fail. In many instances it should be cheaper to replace the heater blower unit completely than replacing parts individually (if at all possible). Sometimes a faulty heater blower fan can also be due to a bad electrical connection, for example, due to a connector that had to endure an inordinate amount of heat and has subsequently started to melt. In this case replacing the connector would suffice. That said, it is important that any issues are addressed as quickly as possible to prevent further damage.

Should you experience problems with the heater blower fan, then it is advisable to have the fan unit inspected and, if necessary, have it replaced. Seeing that the fan is especially prone to wear over time it should always be serviced as and when stipulated in the guidelines set out by your car's manufacturer.

What happens during a Heater Blower Fan replacement?

  • Mechanic will read the ECU for possible fault codes related to the heating system.
  • Mechanic will inspect the heating system and the heater blower fan.
  • If necessary, the mechanic will replace the heater blower fan.
  • Mechanic will advise if any other parts need replacing.
  • Mechanic will inspect the heating system once again and test the heater blower fan.

How much does a Heater Blower Fan replacement cost?

The cost of replacing a heater blower fan depends on your car and what parts your car's manufacturer recommends using for the replacement. Find out what you could save by having a heater blower fan replaced by ClickMechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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