Question about 1993 GMC Yukon
I UNDERSTAND THAT TO ACCESS THE AC BLOWER MOTOR , THE GLOVE BOX STORAGE INSERT HAS TO BE REMOVED. HOWEVER ONCE THAT PART IS REMOVED , WHAT SCREWS DO YOU REMOVE TO ACTUALLY HAVE A VISUAL OF THE ACTUAL UNIT ?
Most of times they have tree bolts on a under the blower motor you can locate the motor because it has a two wire conector and
it is like circular on the lower side, if you can't find it and motor does not work turn a/c on and top close to that area with you hand and it might come on for a liitle so you can hear where is it
or go and buy one motor and do not loose the receipt so in case you have to return it,
but that way you see the phisical look of it, good luck and let me know
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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