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The blower(heater) fan squeaking, where is it located?

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It is under the hood left corner. you will have to cut out the plastic housing to get to it. be careful not to cut the hose connected to the blower motor.

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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  • goodsellc Dec 22, 2010

    Thank you for the help however, it leads me to another question.....once I remove the plastic, how does the fan stay in? Looks like there's only a place to put 1 bolt to hold it in...that just doesn't seem like enough. Any ideas?

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    Apollo Morelos Dec 22, 2010

    there are 3 or 4 bolts/screws holding the motor down behind the plastic cover. it might get a little tricky getting those bolts/screws out but it can be done. you will also have to take the computer thingy and water tank in front of it for easy access. you will also need to buy some silicone because you gonna need it for patching up the plastic housing after you cut it. you don't need to cut the whole plastic housing, just look at it closely and you will see a line and there is where you cut it. behind the plastic housing there is a hose that is connected to the motor be careful not to cut too deep and damage the hose. sorry about the my english, this is my second language. got more question, just ask. thanks.

  • goodsellc Dec 22, 2010

    Thank you very much morelosab, this was very helpful. I didn't realize there were more bolts/screws behind the plastic cover. I also wasn't sure if the plastic cover had to be removed completely, or if it was only removed partially and replaced afterwards. You have been very helpful to me...I'm not affraid to cut it now. I just need to find another blower first. :)
    Btw, your english is very good.

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    Apollo Morelos Dec 22, 2010

    thanks and you're welcome. you can get the motor blower from Autozone or O'reilly's for less than $40.00 if I am not mistaken. I just replaced mine not too long ago and it was a success.

  • goodsellc Dec 22, 2010

    Great....thanks again morelosab. You've been a big help.

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SOURCE: Blower motor location

Hi, I had to replace mine also. It's located under the glove compartment, passenger side. Pull off the chrome moulding around the glove box and undo the screws. This will allow you access to the blower motor cover. Be careful of the light inside the glove box. You have to ubdo it's screw and feed it through the back. Undo the cover to expose the blower motor. You can also replace the interior filter in the same area if you haven't done so yet. Two screws on a narrow cover.
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right side under dash

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