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A/c fan motor

How to remove and replace a/c fan motor

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Thanks for the post, the Hanes manual was not all the helpful. My primary problem was once I got it unbolted, getting it out of there! I have A/C, so there is a little less room. I tried everyhting just short of breaking it to no avail.

I had to pull the carpet about halfway back on the pasenger side. There is a large shiny aluminum cover with an "L" . Unbolt the 4 bolts holding it to the firewall, then unbolt the 3 bolts holding the module to the underside. Pivot the module out ot the way. Now the fan control unit can pivot down and out, no problem. Also, don't forget to have the back bracket in place BEFORE you put it back in there. :-p

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Did it last year, good luck!
disconnect neg. battery cable, disable air bag, remove glove box, remove glove box frame (lower support),lift carpet on pass. side front, remove side cover (kick panel) , remove control unit bracket nuts, unplug the 5 connectors and remove the control unit bracket, remove retaining band, then remove the blower lower covers, DON'T break the tabs on the lower covers, remove the retaining nuts, and remove the blower assembly (whew). Reverse to install. countrycurt0

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  • Curt Downs Sep 05, 2008

    check out the local book store or auto parts store for a repair manual for about 20 bucks. A good one will have some pictures which can really make figuring out what to do next easy.countrycurt0



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