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Heater blower fan

I can not find my heater blower fan on a 1979 pontiac firebird and how do i change it.

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2008

    HELLO

    I ENCOUNTERED THE SAME PROBLEM LAST WEEK AND I AM NOT

    AMMUSED. I PARTIALLY removed THE INNER FENDER SKIRT TO NO AVAIL. Now it appears obvous to me that the fender has to come off; not

    the hood because the hood attachment bracet is attached to the fender.

    I am now putting the bits I removed back together and wait until I RETIRE AND HAVE more time and patience, curse GM for this one, what a bugger.

    My blower motor has a squeaky bearing.

    alan w smith

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I had to remove the hood as well as the right fender. Than it was a breeze until the fender had to go back on

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All jokes aside you need to remove your right inner fender well and to get that off you might have to remove your hood and right fender.

have fun

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