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1999 bmw328I HEATER BLOWER REMOVAL

I CANNOT GET THE BLOWER OUT OF THE HEATER AREA AS IT APPEARS TOO BIG TO GET OUT - DO I HAVE TO REMOVE THE ROCKER COVER OR ANYTHING ELSE. THANKS

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Hello yes remove the cover and the wires that cross in front of it ,it will still be just right the size for the blower to come out. then play a litle with the blowermotor and the fins and it will come out. when replacing it i will recomend to replace the blower motor resistor also .

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