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I need to replace the blower motor. I think I know where its buried, but I hope its not where i think it is, so i'm looking for a schematic to look at.

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Rt side of dash in heater plenum

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Dont have that but u are most likely rite it will have 3 screws and two wires thats not a easy one and its alway worth running to a parts store to look at the part to help you find it most of the can now pull up pics of the parts

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