How much does it cost to replace a car blower motor?
Is it expensive to fix a blower motor in a car? I live in Alaska and my car's heater is integral to my comfort in the winter. Unfortunately, it stopped blowing air out of nowhere.
Eric Schad · Answered on Sep 09, 2021
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
“A new car blower motor costs about $50 to $100 for the part and $80 to $100 in labor. Add it up and you’re looking at a total charge of $130 to $200 for a new car blower motor.
Definitely seems worth it if you live in Alaska!
Keep in mind that your car blower motor may be covered by your extended warranty. So if you have one, it’s worth checking.
And if your car is older and you’re worried about it breaking down, it may be worth getting a roadside assistance membership. Jerry partners with Urgently to provide roadside assistance, including jumpstarts, lockout service, key replacement, and towing for only $6.99 a month.”
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