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Old 02-16-2006, 07:00 PM   #1
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I think my blower motor is going. Where is it located?

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Looks like a big plastic nipple in the middle of the firewall in the engine compartment

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Please add your year and model to your sig, so these questions are easier to answer, and check this link for blower motor instructions
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See the round emtpy area in the pic below? That'* where it goes on a Bonneville.

http://www.mnbonnevilleclub.com/misc/onyx/IMG_0951.jpg
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See the round emtpy area in the pic below? That'* where it goes on a Bonneville.

http://www.mnbonnevilleclub.com/misc/onyx/IMG_0951.jpg
Note: missing engine not necessary. (good pic Gordy)

Removal of the strut bar tower will probably make this much easier, however I'm not sure if it'* necessary.
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I like the ease of access shown in that picture. You can clean out the evaporator, heater core, and replace the blower motor.
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See the round emtpy area in the pic below? That'* where it goes on a Bonneville.

http://www.mnbonnevilleclub.com/misc/onyx/IMG_0951.jpg
Note: missing engine not necessary. (good pic Gordy)

Removal of the strut bar tower will probably make this much easier, however I'm not sure if it'* necessary.
What? I was just changing the spark plugs. I had a little trouble getting to them so I pulled hte engine. That'* what you told me to do before, right?

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Oh man..I said to change the coolant you had to do this. Plugs can be done in the car.

I've seen people change the motor..didn't look hard. must a matter of working the puzzle to get it in and out.
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