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How do you get to the heater blower motor on a 1987 Plymouth van?

Heater motor does not work.

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It is located under the dash. Passenger side behind removeable panels. It is a tight squeeze. Easiest way to work on it is remove the entire dash, but it can be accessed with time and patience.

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