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Do you have to remove the dash to replace the fan motor for an HVAC system?


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2015-07-15 18:32:07
2015-07-15 18:32:07

Depends on the vehicle. Many vehicles have the blower motor accessible from under the hood. Others require a lot of stuff to be removed from the interior to get to the blower motor. If you cannot see the motor under the hood sticking out of the heater/AC box you should look at a service manual (factory, Haynes, Chilton...) to see how to do the job.

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