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NEED TO KNOW LOCATION AND REPLACEMENT PROCESS OF A 99 DODGE DURANGO BLOWER MOTOR

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    before u replace the motor are u sure the problem is not the solid state speed control module?

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You will need to remove the heater/ac box from the vehicle which will rquire draining the antifreeze discharging the freon....and removing the dash

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