There are two little fasteners that need to be pryed/pulled off. They will pull off with a little force. I got one started with a screwdriver and the other with a pair of needle nose pliers. Once these two fasteners are off, the cover should come right out.
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Side mirrors may be a wiring issue possibly near the driver door area where it would come from the door into the A pillar to under the dash,sometimes from age and door operation the wires break inside that harness.AC issue would need to be checked by a certified AC tech to check for leaks and operation,could also be a electrical issue or low on freon from a leak.
sounds like a blower resistor. usually it is on the passenger side under dash near blower motor and hvac box. the resistor add resistance to the circuit to slow the blower motor, if it is inop then you only get high speed.
Remove the passenger side, lower dash cover under the glove compartment that conceals the blower motor. A 1/4-inch socket will be needed to remove the screws holding the cover. Locate the blower motor. The motor can be seen hanging down close to the passenger kick panel, disconnect the electric to the blower motor and then remove the screws that secure it to the ducting, drop blower down and out from under the dash. I would test the blower first with a 12 volt jumper cord from the battery made out of house lamp cord, it is not usually the problem but the blower speed control module that is next to it.
Well if it leaks after a heavy rain, then suspect your windshield seal is simply bad and needs resealed.if it is anytime, then it sounds like you have either a heater core leak or a hose to the core.All that is contained under the dash on the passenger side.You will need to take off the plastic covers under the dash on that side then get up under the dash with a flashlight and look while the car is running.Let it get hot and turn the heat on also then just look for the leak.if it is really wet you wont have to wait long with the car running and the heat one to see the leak.
Remove the insulator from the right side of the instrument panel.
Disconnect the connectors from the blower motor resistor and blower motor.
Loosen the two forward screws and remove the rear screw of the resistor assembly.
Remove the blower motor resistor assembly.
Install the blower motor resistor assembly. Install the rear screw and tighten the forward screws. Connect the electrical connectors to the blower motor and resistor assembly. Install the insulator under the right side of the instrument panel.
Here is how I done it with my 2002 Sebring LimitedIf the car has a release button on dashboard but you don't have keys to turn on ignition, (they locked in trunk) remove fuse cover (end of dash drivers side) remove fuse marked for dash lights and PRND1234 leave for 2 or 3 min then while holding trunk release button re-insert fuse and trunk release should work
The heater blower motor has a blower resister. its in the heater box next to the blower motor, above the passengers feet. The bottom of the dash has a cover hold on with a few screws. the resister has a 4 or 5 wire plug and is heald in with 2 bolts, remove the connector then the bolts and it'll slide out. The new one may have to come from the dealer and have your VIN ready when you call. They'll have it or can get it in one regular day
It is the blower resister. I purchasted one at auto zone for $18.00. It is located under the passenger side dash. You need to remove the glove box and the plastic cover under the dash to expose the blower motor. the blower motor resister is right next to the motor. Simply unplug the resister remove the two screws and replace. I did this and now my fan works on all speeds.