Question about 1998 Chevrolet K1500
How do i replace blower motor
Underneath the glove box there is a round housing (your foot probably hits it when you are riding shotgun). Reach up under there and disconnect the (+) and (-) wires to power the motor. Pull the housing off by hand and voila there is the blower. There are 5 or 6 screws hard to get to 1 of them. 7/32" I believe. If you need more clearance take the glovebox door off (just unsnap the 'castle gate chain' from the left of the inside of the glovebox).
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