How Does a Blower Work?


In a car the blower is used for moving air from an outside source or from cabin air past the heater core. As a result it causes a heat transfer either to the inside of the car or from the outside. The blower motor's speeds are regulated by the blower motor resistor, which is situated in close proximity to the blower and in the path of the air flow.
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