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How do you gain access to the blower motor on a 1994 Silverado C 1500?


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2015-07-15 18:55:41
2015-07-15 18:55:41

disconnect the ECM wire connector. remove the bolts from the right side of the instrument cluster. pull the cluster out far enough to gain access to the bolts and remove the fan. I would get a replacement from a wrecker with the blades installed. If you get the blades off center they will make noise or cook the new motor prematurly.

There will be a rubber coated , moulded insulation cover on the motor. There will be a wire to disconnect on a tab connected to the motor housing. On the right side underneath the dash will be a forked bracket that will have a nut on it. Remove that nut and pry the dash off of the stud and pull forward about a half an inch. If you dont do that, the motor will not clear the bottom of the dash when you remove the motor. Remove the black screws that hold the motor housing and pull out the fan straight out and the tilt back. The above post is right. It is critical to mark the old motor exactly how it was found or it will rub. Do not drop or bang the new motor or it will rub. You can buy a replacement fan at auto zone.

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