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How to remove a blower motor

How do i remove the blower motor/heater fan from a 1992 1500 chevrolet truck?

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1.) remove screw from right door sill trim plate, (that piece of trim that covers the edge of the carpet when the door is open) 2.) remove right hinge pillar trim panel (passenger side kick panel) 3.) disconnect blower motor electrical connectors 4.) remove blower motor cover 5.) disconnect the cooling tube (rubber hose that attaches to the motor ) .6.) loosen courtesy light screws and move light out of way (if equipped) 7.)remove right side dash support bolt (under dash twist your head around like the excorsist, , lol , where the dash meets the side panel pillar) 8.)remove blower motor-to-case screws 9.) remove blower 10.) remove fan from blower motor shaft 11.) to install reverse removal procedure ,.. not as bad as it sounds , cheers.

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    Rick Byrd Jan 11, 2009

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