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Old 02-15-2006, 07:21 AM   #16
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Re: Change your heater blower motor, a How-to

If you want to completely get the motor off, only the outer fender needs removed. Then you simply cut a hole in the outer shroud to get to the fan. (Use sealent and weather stripping to reseal)
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Re: Change your heater blower motor, a How-to

I love this thread...The pictures are great! I'm having a problem locating new shrouds for this repair(mine are brittle and falling apart too) can anyone suggest where I may be able to still find them new ? Dealer discontinued them.
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Re: Change your heater blower motor, a How-to

It is possible to do this without removing the fender. My plastic is in good shape, but sealing it back up is not as easy.
The whole project took just under two hours this way.

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Re: Change your heater blower motor, a How-to

Just finished doing this job, and you do NOT have to remove any fenders. If you knock out the rear stud that holds down the coolant reservoir, you have just enough room to work the fan out of the mount, and work the new one in. It's then easy to re-insert the stud from the bottom of the wheel well.

It's COLD here and it feels great to have my heat back!
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