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How to replace blower motor system pack on 2001 chevy malibu

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First, remove the lower right dash insulator panel from below glove box. slide bcm aside for access to blower motor.(slide to right). remove 3 screws from blower housing, pull blower motor and fan straight down. if putting in a new motor, use cage from old blower. the resistor for fan speeds is located beside motor. good-luck!!

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