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No air movement in heating system

My 95 Corsica is having issue moving air through the heating system. It seems like the fan that circulates the air may have died, as it had been making a squeaking noise for a few days, and the other day, the noise stopped, but not matter what I set the air flow to, regardless of AC/heat setting, no air would move. It worked again briefly yesterday, but has failed again today. Is it possible to fix this on my own, and if so, what is involved.

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It can be a little bit of a pain, but fairly simple. The blower motor is usually located on the passenger side, under the dash, and with a few pieces of interior parts taken out from underneath, you should be able to access the blower motor. They have three to four bolts holding them up. Of course you have to unplug the electrical, be sure not to rip them out. Suggestion on fixing it, go the the salvage yard and get one. You can cut the wires off the one at the salvage and put them on your battery terminals, being very careful, to see if it works. Then you can just unplug those wires and put your on back home. I do suggest that you clean the new one out, it should be really simple to do. Hope it helps.

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