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There is something in the fan It sounds like something has sucked up inside it..How do I access the blower motor to clean this out.?

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Under the passenger side dash is where the blower motor is located. There may be a cover over that area that will need removed once this is removed if it has this cover then you should be able too see the blower motor there it has a few screws that need removed holding the blower motor up. Once you remove these the blower motor will come out.

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