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Blower motor i have 99 plymouth grand voyager and the blower is out how do i change it

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It's in behind glove box, you will probably have to remove glove box, but a good look up from under will tell you. You did check fuses & resistor right? Did it run for a while on high only?

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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  • Robert White Mountain Nov 21, 2011

    i have a 99 ply grand voyager and the heater started to slow down and when we hit the dash or under the glove box, it would come backon for a while then finally it motor, resistor or both

  • Robert White Mountain Nov 21, 2011

    it would ruun if i hit the glove box or under the glove box and finally didnt work at all

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    Mike Butler Nov 23, 2011

    Pretty simple to bench test motor once you have it out, plus feel for rough/loose/worn bearings on shaft of motor as well, then you'll know for sure. Personally, I would spend the extra while under there and replace resistor while your at it. Then your done.



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