Originally Posted by pakenney38
I've already purchased a new blower, and seeing how replacing the entire blower will be faster than creating a new connector on the current blower, I will probably just do that.
I would have done this several posts ago. We could have read something like "I'm sipping on a Mai Tai now in my car with the cold air blowing in my face..."
I suppose everrything is "repairable" if you have certain resources and talent but there is a limit on What should
be repaired. The blower motor is exactly as you described it... an assembly. If any part of that assembly is broken, it should be replaced as a whole. No use digging into it any further for a $50 part.