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Hi, all. I'm trying to remove the blower motor, but I can't actually pull it out. It's hitting into the front of the floor as I try to drop it out. The repair manual says nothing about taking anything else out. Has anyone taken theirs out before? Was it a pain?

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Hi, all. I'm trying to remove the blower motor, but I can't actually pull it out. It's hitting into the front of the floor as I try to drop it out. The repair manual says nothing about taking anything else out. Has anyone taken theirs out before? Was it a pain?

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I know this is an old thread but wondering what you ended up doing to get it out?
 

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I removed the GloveBox and rotated the motor to gain easyness.
 

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I also popped off the glove box and was easy to remove a few years ago . A common failure is the fuze box blower motor power pin burns out, usually not the motor itself . If you are having problems with it not turning on, there is a very good chance the problem is in the fuze box . Loyale has an excellent write up on how he made a relay for it .
 

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I did mine over the weekend and removed the glove box for easier access. Although there was nothing easy about it. It was a pain to get out and a pain to put back in. Thanks for the tip on removing the glove box.
 
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