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Hi All, 


I have true pain in the axx with one part of my car and that is:955 572 342 01. It's a a blower in the front (from the AirCon) it makes a lot of bad noise, I guess it will brake soon. 


My question is: 


1) Does this part have an OEM supplier?

2) Has anyone had any problems with this part? How long does it take to replace it?



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Fairly common failures if you do a search for Blower Motor. Also fairly easy to install, under the passenger footwell by the the Climate Control system air filter. Shop around but stay away from the Bilstein/Febi units as they are cheap and "Made in China".

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