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How do you change a fan motor on a cavalier 2000 Z24?

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2015-07-15 19:56:12
2015-07-15 19:56:12

A plastic frame sits behind the radiator. Remove the bolt at the bottom and lift it up and out. Good luck getting past the air conditioning Plumbing. Once it is out it is obvious how to unscrew the fan motor. Put it back by reversing what you did to get it out.

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