Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
The blower motor is located under your glove compartment on the passengers side.Remove the grey piece being held in by 3 plastic fasteners. Its the piece with the light for the passanger flour board in it. You will see the bottom of the blower motor. You will have to remove 3 screws, a wire plug and a rubber hose that just pulls off to get the motor out.The blower motor is located right behind the glove box.
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For 1992-98 vehicles, partially cut the blower motor case cover, as shown on the cover. Cutting completely around the cover is NOT required. Swing the cut potion of the cover down.
Fig. 2: Some later model vehicles require you to cut the case, on the indicated lines, in order to access the blower motor
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