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I need to replace the blower motor on my 1994 GMC Suburban, it squeels at different speeds. I started to do it today but the cover over the unit looks like it may be the toughest part of the removal so the motor can be exposed-please help.

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1. Disconnect negative battery cable,remove glove box, remove front screw from right door sill plate. Remove right cowl kick panel. Unplug connector from ECM if necessary, unplug connector from blower motor, remove blower motor cover and cooling tube.
2. Remove bolt from right dash support. remove blower motor flange screws. Pull blower motor forward carefully, to avoid distorting blower fan. Remove blower motor. To install, reverse removal procedure.

if you need any thing else let me know

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