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Air conditioner/heater fan sqealing. How do I fix or change?

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HVAC blower motor and fan axcess is under the hood in the center of the firewall. Its easy to remove start by using a large screwdriver to slightly bend foward the engine removal lift eyelet right in front of the fan motor for clearance to remove blower. Unplug the 1 power wire going to the blower, Then remove the 5 or 6 ,7mm bolts retaining the assy to the firewall the pull it out.. while its out clean out any debris in the blower case (leafs ect ) Hope this helps Good luck

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