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How to remove the heater bower motor from a 2001 dodge caravan

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Simple...
look under the passenger side of the dash
you should see a disc shaped object with what looks like a large cylinder sticking out

disconnect the wire harness
remove the 4 bolts
reverse to install

Posted on May 16, 2010

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