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How Much does it Cost to Replace an Ac Fan Motor and Capacitor?

On average, an AC fan motor replacement costs about $450 and a capacitor replacement can cost anywhere between $150 and $300. If you’re conducting a DIY capacitor repair, the average price is closer to $135. Replacing either the AC fan motor or capacitor is relatively affordable, and the result is worth the spend.

Keeping More Money in Your Pocket

While an AC fan motor replacement can cost you up to $450, it’s important to replace it sooner rather than later. If you put off the replacement, the fan motor could cause issues with your compressor, sending the replacement cost up to $2000 or more.

Since a capacitor is tricky to deal with on your own, it might be worth spending a few extra dollars to have a technician replace it rather than risking injury by fixing it yourself. You can choose between brands that better fit your budget, which will help to save on the total cost.

Motivate Motor and Capacitor Replacement

Once you start noticing and detecting problems with your AC fan motor and capacitor, there’s no use stalling their reinstallments. Even though there may be more exciting things to spend your money on, you’ll appreciate a functioning AC unit once summer temperatures reach their max and all you have to do is sit back and relax.

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