Question about 1991 Honda Accord
The motor is located behind the glove box on the passenger side under the dash, here is the change out procedure.
First, remove the glove box...easy three screws total. Two on the bottom, and one holding the shock on the right side. Second, remove the metal bar that is behind the glove box...four phillips screws. Third, remove the two bolts securing the dash on the right side. Fourth, remove the small RH kick plate...pull hard it has three clips. Fifth, remove the two screws on the bottom of the fan housing and remove the bottom diffuser...small plastic peice. Sixth, remove the front center metal clip and remove this small plastic piece. Seventh, pull the carpet back on the passenger side and remove the four nuts securing the computer to the floor board and swing it out to the left. Next, disconnect the neg terminal on the battery and remove the three plugs that were near the RH kick plate. Now comes the fun part. The dash will be hindering the removal of the blower motor housing. First, remove the metal band securing the blower motor housing and the heater core housing together. It's one 10mm bolt at the top. This band clips to another band securing the two housing together on the back side. You will also need to remove the two small phillips screws securing the rear band to the blower motor housing...one on the top and one on the bottom. The rear band gets in the way when removing the housing. So when the housing assembly drops remove the rear band from the top...set this part in first on installation. Last, remove the four 10mm nuts securing the blower motor housing to the firewall. The housing will not fall to the floor on its own. You will need to pull up and out on the bottom of the dash while guiding the housing assembly down and to the left. Be careful not to pull aggressively on the dash. It's sturdy, but will crack if you are too rough.
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