Question about Heating & Cooling
Empty your glove box, undo 2 straps , one on each side, and let it drop down, and you will see wires and housing that contains blower motor.
Now, from up underneath, you'll see about 4 or 5 screws that hold the lower part of that housing, that contains blower motor. Unscrew them, and start to lower that housing with motor downward. You'll have to take a screwdriver and poke/push the grommet that holds the motor wires through the hole so it will then lower down all the way, and out. Follow instruction with new motor. Just remember to feed that backup through hole when re-assembling, and make sure it's out of the way of the blower wheel etc.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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