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Matney 68told me how to replace my blower motor.

But I dont know what he means by sound barrier on the right side of the car. could you elaborate please. This is on a 2002 buick lesabre I'm trying to change the blower motor. thank you Jim Stone

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  • jimzamstone Jul 31, 2009

    Thank you guys your advice has been helpful and greatly appreciated. The GM dealer in Sikeston didn't even know where to look or which motor was in my car, once again THANK YOU.

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Under the right side of the dash there is a plastic panel. remove that & you will see the blower motor

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