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You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.

it's a little bit easy, you will have to watch below your dashboard, passenger side not driver side, just where the glove box is, you will have to watch one type of black cylinder holding there,right in the corner, then it has two wires , red and black, you'll have to disconnect 3 bolts and unplug the electrical connection who is a little bit upside where the motor is,then take the motor carefully, you go to autoparts store and buy new motor ONLY, once you have the old one on your hands, disconnect the clip located on the center of the filter , then pry with care (you can stick your screwdriver inside the filter with care to pull the filter off, be careful it's going to fly, mine do the same, then when you have a new motor, take the gasket out of your old one (it's your decision to buy one new gasket or discard it, i didn't buy it) place it carefully, it's easy, and then put the filter on your new motor, push it carefully, then re-attach the clip, if the model comes with "plug-style" electrical connection, just cut the wires and joint them and cover them with tape, be careful to not leave anything loose, (apparently i made it wrong and connect the electrical terminals to the plugs of the new motor, of course very poor and unsecure connection , then the car passed over a bump and disconnected itself from ground or electricity and the motor stopped and one fuse blew, for protection against electrical discharge, then i wiggled over the cables and motor worked for a seconds , then stopped, i realized my connection was bad , so be careful) ok then you will have to connect the cable to the electrical connector then put the bolts, secure the gasket, align the holes on your blower motor to place the bolts correctly, it's not as hard as it seems, then you'll have to try it out, good luck , if you need help my email is adgoitd@msn.com

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