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In engine compartment should be a fuse box there youll find the blower motor fuse. You should check blower motor resistor too.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

  • Ruben Diaz Sep 15, 2010

    sorry about the miss understood there is information about your problem and i don't think is a particular fuse for that. The blend motor is located right behind the glove box. The complete glove box must be removed. After removing the glove box, unplug the vacuum line from the vacuum unit. Lift up on the vacuum unit to remove it from the vent box. You do not need to remove the lever from the nylon (white) lever on top. Just swing the vacuum unit out of the way.



    The blend motor gear box is located right behind the vacuum on top of the vent box. You will need to remove both screws from the blend motor to remove it. Don

    sorry about the miss understood there is information about your problem and i don't think is a particular fuse for that. The blend motor is located right behind the glove box. The complete glove box must be removed. After removing the glove box, unplug the vacuum line from the vacuum unit. Lift up on the vacuum unit to remove it from the vent box. You do not need to remove the lever from the nylon (white) lever on top. Just swing the vacuum unit out of the way.


    The blend motor gear box is located right behind the vacuum on top of the vent box. You will need to remove both screws from the blend motor to remove it. Don

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