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Replacing Blower fan info

Is there a "How To" repair diagram for replacing the blower fan on a 99 Plymouth Voyager, v6 3.0 Mine is sluggish to rotating very slowly. Sometimes wacking it with the palm of my hand under the glove compartment housing vibrates it enough to start it rotating! Thanks

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  • w_ankenbauer Jun 01, 2009

    Thanks polarcycle, it sounded easy and it was.
    I first removed the glove compartment, tool the cover off the blower housing to reveal the blower motor, and like you said there was only three screws holding it in. The fan dropped down, I unplugged it, and installed a new motor in reverse. Works like a charm!
    Thanks again


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Should be only 3 screws holding it in Unplug, remove the screws and remove the blower motor.

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