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Replacing all season blower motor

I have to replace a all season blower motor that is located under the glove compartment. The make of the car is an Infiniti I35. I difficult is it to remove the glove compartment?

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  • angelobitt Jun 17, 2008

    the blower motor makes a motor boat kind of noise

  • chocolickboy Jun 28, 2008

    I have an 02 I 35 blower motor making very loud noise.Can it be fixed or should I just replace?

  • E300STRING Nov 30, 2008

    I OWN A 2004 i35 LESS THAN 70k MILES, LAST SUMMER A RANDOM NOISE STARTED UNDER THE DASH ON THE PASSENGER SIDE. I THINK IT IS THE BLOWER. THIS WAS A NEW PURCHASE, IS THERE A FACTORY RECALL ON THIS ITEM, IS IT A COMMON PROBLEM.

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    I have a similar problem. My fan motor makes a squealing noise when running. It primarily occurs when it is cold out. Does this mean I need to replace the blower motor or can I do some simple maintenance to resolve this?

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    The motor is rather expensive especially considering the problem started when the car was only 4 years old. I took apart the dash and the screws holding the motor, but I could figure out how to release the wire connection.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    replace radio 2002 infiniti i35

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Six screws hold the glove box two at bottom four at the inside when u open the box after the screws are out pull on the box to remove and three hold the blower motor.its not hard at all.

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  • jenwsrv Jul 12, 2011

    I had the same problem and they replaced the blower motor. Problem fixed. Now I have a squealing noise from it seems one of the tires while driving and I need to know what that is???

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I checked the fuse box under the hood and there is no power to the relay. Check fuse box in trunk, found blown 30amp big square fuse damaged. replaced it and everything works. However, I didn't see any damaged wires under glove box, no idea how the fuse got damaged. I hope my findings help someone else.

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