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Heater blower cover problem

I got three screws out of mey 2001 doge caravan but forth one in back is a trip to get to because of the wheel curve I have the book but it just says take out the screws and replace the blower right it's a 1/2 half inch area to work in nothing fits up in there dag nabit please can any one give tips besides take it and pay someone 400 plus for a 35 dolar part thanks in advance.

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  • steve_2000 Feb 08, 2009

    I wish I could show you a pic (screwdriver has to slant and will not meet up not enough room for a swivel and its a hex screw that because I cant really feel it with anything but the tip of my finger) I think its facing down. any other salution

  • steve_2000 Feb 08, 2009

    Yep that's the first thing I did it only covered two front screws I know why they sad 400 now but any other suggestions hate to pay that for just one screw dang it

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A Longer Screw Driver will get to this a Lot Easier. What I had to do on the Last one that I Replaced. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 08, 2009

    Have you tried Removing the Glove Box. I am Guessing that it is on the Passenger side on your Model Right????

  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 08, 2009

    Can you send me a Pic to MrScary6661313@aol.com ????

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  1. If equipped, remove the mounting bracket for the removed cover.
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