Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Aurora
There are 5-6 screws holding it in on the passenger side behind/under the glove box. -Remove 3 screws on the bottom of the glove box - don't remember if the door comes off or not. -Remove the bottom panel under the dash. -I believe I removed the two screws holding in the resistor pack to the right of the blower motor and removed that to get more room. -There is a screw in the way back of the blower that you need a universal joint on a socket to get to. -I believe I pulled back part of the carpet to get more room underneath the blower. Even so this was a bear to get out - and even harder to get in. I'll lookup the instructions in the service guide tonight to see if there is any other help. Bill
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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