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Need to replace blower fan

Sequence of steps to pull out and replace the blower fan?

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need to replace blower fan - ce11c01.jpgThis is the page from the Chilton Manuel. Hope you can blow this up as this is as big as I could send it. Good Luck.

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2. Remove the instrument panel (IP) storage compartment.
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Fig. Pull the retaining tab down while turning the blower motor counterclockwise in order to disengage the blower motor

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