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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 02/15/10 10:01 pm PST

    It's easy just like OPatience says---just remove the panel under the glove box and
    it's right there in front of you.

    You might want to remove the plug-in connector and get a
    test light to be sure you don't have some kind of bad connection under
    there rather than a bad motor.

    Also you can check the heater motor relay which is in the
    central junction box, marked C-2017, under the dash on the left
    (driver's side). The relay is cheap, if you want to take a guess that
    that's the problem, if the heater motor bench tests
    okay.

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  • 0patience 02/15/10 9:14 pm PST

    Remove retainers and the right instrument panel insulator.
    Remove the blower motor.
    Disconnect the electrical connector
    Remove the screws and remove the blower motor.

    INSTALLATION
    To install, reverse the removal procedure.

  • MrShift@Edmunds 02/15/10 10:01 pm PST

    It's easy just like OPatience says---just remove the panel under the glove box and
    it's right there in front of you.

    You might want to remove the plug-in connector and get a
    test light to be sure you don't have some kind of bad connection under
    there rather than a bad motor.

    Also you can check the heater motor relay which is in the
    central junction box, marked C-2017, under the dash on the left
    (driver's side). The relay is cheap, if you want to take a guess that
    that's the problem, if the heater motor bench tests
    okay.

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