Question about 1994 Dodge Intrepid
Where is blower motor located and how do I replace it?
2. remove lower right undre panel silencer duct
3. remove the blower moter connector from the resistor block
4. squeeze the blower moter wiring gromment and push the gromment throw the blower moter housing cover
5. remove blower moter housing
6.romove the screws holding the blower moter down
to put back on do the steps back werds
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