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Blower Motor
Removal & Installation
To Remove:


  1. Evacuate and recover air conditioning refrigerant.
  2. Remove battery.
  3. Disconnect and cap A/C lines at evaporator tubes.
  4. Remove blower motor assembly drain.
  5. Remove glove box.
  6. Remove 5 screws and right hand instrument panel lower trim panel.
  7. Remove screw that attaches upper center console to gain access to left
    instrument panel lower support.
  8. Remove left and right bolt and remove instrument panel lower support.
  9. Detach control cable from inlet duct.
  10. Disconnect blower motor electrical connector.
  11. Pull carpet back and remove hole cover plate.
  12. Remove 2 bolts at top of blower motor assembly.
  13. Remove 2 nuts that attach bottom of blower motor assembly to mounting studs
    on bulkhead.
  14. Remove blower motor assembly.

To Install:


  1. Install blower motor assembly.
  2. Install 2 bolts at top of blower motor assembly.
  3. Install 2 nuts that attach bottom of blower motor assembly to mounting studs
    on bulkhead.
  4. Install hole cover plate and replace carpet.
  5. Connect blower motor electrical connector.
  6. Install instrument panel lower support and install left and right bolts.
  7. Install right hand instrument panel lower trim panel and 5 screws.
  8. Install glove box.
  9. Install blower motor assembly drain hose.
  10. Connect evaporator lines at bulkhead.
  11. Evacuate and charge air conditioning refrigerant.
  12. Install battery.

Posted on Oct 29, 2010

  • robdaly13 Feb 14, 2011

    The blower is located under the passengers side of the dash next to the kick panel. you can see the bottom of the blower motor hanging down undo three screws and it falls right down. no need to discharge the A/C.

  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Feb 14, 2011

    OK, I'll go with that.

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