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Old 10-07-2009, 11:18 AM   #11
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Then most likely it'* the module. BTW..JY'* have good prices on them. If you price one new...please plan ahead and wear a diaper.
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thanks, I am going to pick up an after market one tonight for $175 cdn.
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Come back and tell us how it works out. We like happy endings.
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thank you very much. All is working correctly now. A Happy ending.
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That'* great. Thanks for the update.
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Hi everyone. Would you test an 02 sle the same way? Where is the BCM located on these? And what is JY'*? Is it the best place to purchase these? Thanks in advance.

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According to the 2000 FSM...The BCM is on the side of the blower motor housing.
  • Remove the right sound insulator.
  • Remove the glove box.
  • Remove the Dash Integration Module (DIM)from the bracket and position aside.
  • Remove the rear DIM bracket screws and lower the bracket enough to access the blower module.
  • Disconnect the electrical connector to the BCM.
  • Remove the blower control module retaining screw.
  • Remove the blower control module.
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