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Replacing heater fan please advise access to fan motor

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The heater blower motor is located under the dash on the passengers side,there's a single plug with two wires that you have to disconnect then there is three bolts to remove and then remove the blower motor, sometimes there a plastic (or carpeted)cover you have to remove first under the dash to gain access to the blower motor .

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the fan "blade" is a tubular rotating device that looks like a mouse treadmill. it can't go bad. if it is binding, free it. it is almost certainly the motor which will probably come with a new fan cage.

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