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have a look at the heater box and if there are three screws holding a plate in place ( probably underneath ) with a diameter of around the fan size then by undoing these screws the fan and motor will drop out of the box.. Other than that a workshop manual will have the method of removing and replacing.
All most sure to be a belt. spray some WD40 or similar on to the belts one at a time ,if it stops you may have to change it. Has the timing belt been changed and tension been checked , if not and it sounds at the engine front, that could be it.
Might be same as metros here. (they are cousins says wiki) there are 2 fuse boxes, the main is under the hood. next to battery this box FEEDS box 2. box 2 was under the dash, just above left knee (LHD) LHD = left Hand drive.
Try some engine cleaner and that will help improve rough idle and or performance. To me it sounds like a possible motor mount issue. Sounds like the front engine mount. Because you explained up a hill rattle. / Down Hill\ no rattle. Engine lifts when going up hill and shifts downward while going down hill. hence no vibration because of gravity pull and the weight of the engine.