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I need to replace the blower motor -need help on the HOW TO?

I need to replace the blower motor. I know where it is, right up against the firewall and is sealed within a plastic casing. I suppose I need to
1) cut the casing as stated on the casing ''cut here for service''
2) remove screws that hold the blower motor in place
3) I also believe that there is no way I can remove the blower based on the available space. I think I will have to remove what appears to be an a/c component sitting on top of the engine overflow tank. However I am not 100% sure. I also assume I don't need to disconnect any wires except those plugged into the old blower. When removing the a/c unit it appears I can just move it out of the way once bolts are removed (I see 3 bolts holding it down).

Anyone agree after trying the same set of tasks or had a different set of tasks or recommend an alternative plan? Anything else that I need to consider and take care of not noted above? Thanks

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Hi: First I would check to see if power getting to blower motor plug... in getting power then cut out plastic and proceed to take out blower motor... should be about 6 screws holding it in...

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I need to take off front plastic bumper on my gmc 2000 jimmy sle how do i take it off

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