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Removing dash to replace heater blendor motor

I have many of the screws out that I can find but it still seems hard to come loose

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SOURCE: Cannot get to heater blower motor in 1993 Dodge Dakota

its a big job get yourself a hanes manual the module is the complete heater box underdash you have to pump down a/c. i put heater core and blower motor in a 95 dakota its not a fun thing to do

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if you have ac, its quite a job, take your time and label all the parts as youremove them, also make notations of the order you have removed them, i think the book calls for 5-6 hrs, hat is for someone expperienced , i have seen the dash diagrams and it did not help much,

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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you need to go to autozone and get a haynes book on your van,
there is alot of steps in pulling your heater motor,
why are you taking it out?
did you check the fuse with a test light on both sides,or did you check the blower motor resistor before you started.

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i could send you directions with images to replace heater core need email address and 8th digit of vin, W or X

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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SOURCE: I am having a very hard time removing the heater

It can take a professional 5 hours to 10 hours to do the job.
If you have the dash out, then you're closer than most people who work on their broken blend door problem.

Keep on plugging.

(I don't know what car you have but most manuals do not publish this information).

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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