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Changing heater blower motor on 96 corsica

My knowledge is its on pasenger firewall, and pince off the resivor hose, unplug, then undo bolts... My next question is, do i have to losen off the alternator to do all this?

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I am dong this job today...and its looks like the alternator will need to be removed since it doesn't have a range of positioning; its stationary. unlike most vehicles the tensioner is separate so yes the alternator will need to come off.

not fun as i just found out.

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