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How do you access the blower motor on a 1996 Dodge Dakota. It seems that you have to remove the glove box, which doesn't seem easy. Any ideas?

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You should have an access right under and behind your glove box. If you get down and look under your dash just behind the glove box there should be a round plastic cover protruding from under the dash. If you remove the screws and take that off your blower will be right there. Should be pretty easy. I say should because I have experience with a same year durango but not a dakota. Figure their probably about the same. I hope it turns out that easy for you. Good luck.

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