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How do I remove and replace Corolla 2006 blower motor?

I need to replace the blower motor in my daughter's 2006 Corolla. It works intermittently and it is not the fuse or resister block. I need to know the procedure to remove the old motor and install a new one. The car is 90 miles from me, so I would like to know the procedure before traveling to where the car is.

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  • willie747 Jul 23, 2009

    You forgot to mention that there is a metal box with 4 connectors on it mounted below the blower which must be unbolted and moved out of the way before one can gain access to the blower motor. For some reason, removing the old motor was more laborious than putting in the new one.

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Well the blower motor is underneath the dash on the passenger footwell, you have to remove the glove compartment to gainaccess to the blower, it ahas 3 or 4 bolts holding the motor, remove and replace with new unit, it is a good idea to replace the filter once the motor is removed.

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