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2004 Chevy Impala

I need to know where the blower motor is located. My heater is not blowing and I'd rather be able to replace it myself as to pay an arm and a leg. Please help.

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It is a little difficult to find. The resistor module is on the right side below the dash next to the heater motor next to the fire wall you will have to remove a kick panel by the glove box

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