What’s the average AC fan motor replacement cost for a car?

My car’s AC was working fine,but now it’s barely blowing out any cold air. The result is a stiflingly hot, humid car! My mechanic says the fan motor needs to be replaced. What’s the average AC fan motor replacement cost for a car?

Rachel Rigolino · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Oh my—not to be an alarmist, but a broken AC fan motor can lead to worse trouble, so replace it as soon as possible. The average AC fan motor replacement cost for a car is between $300 and $600, depending upon your car’s make and model.
Not only is it unhealthy to be stuck in a hot car, the fact that the motor is not able to pump out cold air places more strain on your AC compressor. And because replacing a compressor can set you back $2,000, it’s wiser to pay up a few hundred now rather than a few thousand later!
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