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How to removee a blower motor in a 1999 honda prelude once it is loose

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Double posted, back up one post,its there.

Posted on Jan 02, 2014

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SOURCE: neen new motor for my 86 honda prelude

Best way is to call a salvage yard and ask how new a motor you can use. Just tell them your looking for one.

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SOURCE: hi there, i want to know is the honda

very similar can definetly bolt in there were some differences in the water temp sensor and the speedo sensor but it can work as a parts or swap engine

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