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Is it hard to replace blower motor in 2001 325 ci convertible?

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Hi well this will depend on weather you are doing it yourself or letting someone else do it for you, if you are doing it yourself yes it is a nightmare of a job most of the central underside of the dash has to come out just to get to it, but if you let someone else do it, its very easy, just stand and watch, you also have to be very flexible to be getting under the dash as well hope this helps good luck

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