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Old 07-04-2010, 02:07 AM   #1
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I am replacing my blower motor and I am wondering what is the easiest way to get to it to change it is.
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See that lump on your firewall? That'* it. Take off the cover, and there it is.

It'll help if you take off the strut tower bar and that little bracket next to the valve cover. But no matter what, expect to do a little wrestling. (I think GM must have put it in before the engine.)
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So the blower motor on these cars is accessed through the engine bay, not under the dash/firewall on the interior passanger side like in the w-bodies?
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Correct. I changed mine out last summer. It'll cost you about $40 at your local auto parts store. (Less at a junkyard, but they go like hotcakes.)
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Correct. I changed mine out last summer. It'll cost you about $40 at your local auto parts store. (Less at a junkyard, but they go like hotcakes.)
RKatz just picked one up for about that price, we are going to throw it in when we get some time on our hands and the outside temp drops a little (its in the mid 90'*).

Next up is attempting to recharge the A/C system/checking the compressor
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just remember to be careful with fuel line. Once you remove fueline bracket the line becomes pretty flimsy.
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just remember to be careful with fuel line. Once you remove fueline bracket the line becomes pretty flimsy.
I'll be doing all the work, I've got it under control, thanks!
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