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Where is the blower fan on a 1993 Suzuki Samurai

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You have to take the dash out to get the heater out so access can be gained to the blower motor

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Look at the timing belt and make sure it is on and tight. Then maybe pull the distributor and make sure it isn't bad

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Check for vacuum leaks with a can of carb cleaner-engine running-spray all around intake and vacuum hoses -if you here the engine bog down or race up there is the leak-too spray around EGR valve.



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