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1996 Toyota Avalon

How to reinstall heater blower motor in '96 Avalon. Thank you for your previous instructions re removing the motor; we forgot to ask how to reinstall the motor. Would appreciate hearing from you again.

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The heater fan motor can not be installed wrong; thee are locater tabs that preven this, and, the wire connector is just long enough to make it fit right. Thak you for allowing me to provide additional assistance, the graciousness of a FixYa woul be much appreciated.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

  • Toyota Ed Nov 04, 2008

    Just wondering if my assistance helped; please advise.

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