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How do you change the heater blower motor on a 1998 GMC Safari?

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2010-12-09 16:42:25
2010-12-09 16:42:25

I've got a 1989 Safari and I'm facing the same problem. I am part way finished replacing the motor. Here's what I know so far. Disconnect wiring for blower motor (located up against the firewall on the passenger side). Unbolt the front face from the fan housing (5 7mm bolts). Here's where I get stuck - remove the squirrel cage from the motor, there is some kind of a clip holding the cage onto the motor - how does it come off? Once it is off, replace the old motor with a new one and put things back together.

The housing cover has to be cut out with a knife. If you look close you will see where to cut and then you will have access to the fan unit.

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