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Blower fan I can not get the blower motor out from under the hood. the engine is in the way. I tried moving the fan in every direction possible and it will not clear the motor. How do I tilt the engine to get it out? Is that the problem?

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There is a dog bone motor mount on top you will have to remove it and sleightly move the motor back to remove the fan

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