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I need to replace the blower motor for heat and air in a 1997 Subaru Legacy Wagon. I assume it is under the dash. Before I start tearing all apart, I wish to have help. Thanks, Warren

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Its not to hard, remove panel under dash on right side. unplug connector, remove a few screws and bingo blower motor drops right out.hope this helps.

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