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Old 11-08-2005, 05:24 PM   #1
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I need to know where is the blower on a 1995 Buick Riviera and some instructions on how to change it. I am lost.
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Ummmmmmm. not all of those are SC. If it has it then it should be just like the bonny.
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He'* probably talking about heater blower motor.

Guessing I'd say under dash or impossible to get to on the firewall.
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Thanks. My 1995 Riviera is Supercharged, and I did look for the blower motor in the same spot as it was in my 94 Bonneville, but I don't think it was there. Are you sure it is in the same spot? I will double check, but I don't think that the motor is there on mine.
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Thanks. My 1995 Riviera is Supercharged, and I did look for the blower motor in the same spot as it was in my 94 Bonneville, but I don't think it was there. Are you sure it is in the same spot? I will double check, but I don't think that the motor is there on mine.
Sean wasn't working last night or I would ask if he knew where it was....lol
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I guess I had a BLONDE moment! Sorry man!!!!
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Saw Sean last night.. He never went looking for it and doesn't know. Sorry...good luck on your hunt. FSM would be your best friend right now.
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Its under the glove box inside the bottom panel. Took me 15 minutes to change it and I didn't need to get cold. Thanks for the help guys. No Im all toasty warm
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Glad to hear it was an easy fix. You didn't happen to snap any pics by chance?
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I just changed mine, and used the pic from alldata.com. Unfortunately, that pic is what is looks like after you remove the glove compartment, the PCM/ECM, the mount that it is in, and the unit on the backside.

Basically, if you are slim enough, remove the bottom panel, reach to the far back near the drivetrain tunnel, and you can feel a cylinder sticking downward. That is the motor compartment of the fan. Or, if you wear extra large like me, remove the glove compartment, the facing dash, and the aforementioned items, and stick one arm through there, while reaching low with the other. Between the two you can reach the motor.

You need to find the 3 screws that hold the motor in. Get a mirror to help you locate. Remove the closet last, and put it on first. It is the easiest, but will provide the most stability while removing/reinstalling the other two.
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