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I have to replace my blower motor on a 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis, but in order to access it I first need to remove the coolant reservoir located next to it. I located two bolts under the wheel well that fastens the reservoir, but the bolts just spin & I can't figure out how to get traction on the top side to remove the bolts. Am I missing a step or doing something wrong? I'm a single mom & can't afford to take the car in again for repairs. Can anyone offer advice?

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I can't picture why Mercury would make a simple fastener so difficult to remove-oh, yes, it's a mercury. Well, are there nuts on the other side of the bolts where you could get a socket on them? Or is there a lot of rust there, where the bolt threads are stripped out and rusted? Do the bolts go through the reservoir, or do they make up some kind of clamping device, that once loosened, lets the reservoir lift up?
Keep working at it. you'll get it.

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The blower speed controller is located under the hood on the right or passenger side on the heater housing just to the side of the heater hoses near the very back of the right cylinder head.
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