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2000 grand prix

The heater fan vibrates when turn on the higher the speed the more the vibration-my question is how do i access it the adjust it or tighten it to get it running smooth as is is off kilter ---thanks ken

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  • kcpkcp77 Oct 22, 2008

    thanks man but are u sure its not on the right side --drivers side

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You need to pull fan out and clean the debris off of the cage. remove panel under dash and will see blower motor on passenger side behind clove box

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  • TripleTauto
    TripleTauto Oct 22, 2008

    ? IS THIS CAR RIGHT HAND DRIVE? when you are sitting in the seat it will be on right side if your car is rt hand drive then i cant tell you where it is

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