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I have to replace the heater motor fan in my 2006 toyota tundra - is that something a mechanically inclined, handy person could do themselves?

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  • smkapulka May 03, 2010

    It does have a/c - does that make it more difficult?
    It looks like it is under the passenger dash

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YES providing its under the passenger side dash then apart from vertigo where you lay upside down its not difficult ,if it has AC then yes but if its a europeon model with no AC then its a dash out job

Posted on May 03, 2010

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    Colin Stickland May 03, 2010

    No the fact it has AC should make it easier ,but please remember iam in spain and apart from crysler we do not have american vehicles here and this also applies to certain japanese models as well.Anyway that said i think you should find it pretty easy to get it out from under the passenger side of the vehicle ,shouldnt be more that three bolts holding it up ,and maybe a plastic cover above the footwell

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