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Blower Motor for 89 Mustang

How do I replace an A/C blower motor on an 1989 ford mustang

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I've replaced three heater cores on a mustang, the only way to get to them is to remove the dashboard i believe the only way to get to the blower motor is the same way, located behind the glove compartment.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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