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Old 02-07-2007, 09:12 PM   #1
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Well as you all may have notice I've been active lately on here trying to upgrade the car, etc

Anyways, today my blower fan decided to not run, i smacked the dash, it comes on. haha...

Once I turn it off it won't come back on really unless driving the car for a bit and it gets jarred around, I guess the fan is on it'* way? How hard to replace/cost (if so) ?
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How hard to replace/cost (if so) ?
Fairly easy to remove/reinstall new hvac blower. You may have to remove the strut tower brace because it'* an interference item. Cost is relatively cheap. 92-99 experts will chime in soon, be safe.
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Edited: Found some info, I'm gonna do some electrical tests and make sure it'* the fan through the service manual, and take it from there. Thanks for the info with the strut tower brace, i'll keep it in mind
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when you replace

Remove strut bar
Remove bracket on back of engine, two 13 mm nuts on the exhaust studs. You'll have it done in a jiffy with those two things gone.
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