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Old 08-31-2006, 06:26 PM   #1
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I know during winter.. it will squeal like a **** when it'* cold ( like Micheal Jackson with a vice on *I**** ) Or basically like shaft spinnin on an unlubed bushing.. its starting to get a lil cool and damp.. so its starting to begin doing it again... my question is

a.) can you remove the fan blower without having to drop the engine?
( I glanced at it before and it seems there'* no way of removing the fan from the motor and or putting it back together without having to shift the engine first to get it out )
b.) Can I just lube it or does it have to come out completely?

c.) anyone can photocopy/scan or snap a pic of a FSM that shows install/removal of the blower motor assembly??
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You should be able to pull it out without doing anything to the engine. 5 bolts I do believe and one electrical connector.
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It is a pretty easy R&R. You may have to just wiggle it this way and that to get it out, but it comes pretty easily. If you want to make it even easier, remove your strut brace.
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Yesh there alot of $$ !!! $55 for the cheap one.. my celebrity was like $30


Yeah mines doing the same thing, i got to do it befor the snow hits
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mine dont squeal, but man is it loud...drives me nuts when it goes full
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