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1999 mercury cougar blower motor removal

I posted earlier about this problem. I found the answer myself. the removal is quite simple the blower motor has a snap in plastic clip. Pull that down and turn counterclockwise and the motor comes out. Thanks to all who tried to help

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  • boutin Oct 20, 2008

    I have removed the motor unit but find it is encased with some kind of plastic outer shell. Is there a way to remove the plastic outer shell in a way that I can reuse it to put the new motor in?

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Thanks alabama! Cant use my garage so Im in the the driveway, its cold (Jan. in Indiana) and I don't have alot of patience right now. Again thanks very much for sharing!

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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