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How do you replace a blower motor for a 1996 Pontiac Grand Am 4 door SE?

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2008-11-10 01:03:42
2008-11-10 01:03:42

You must first remove the alternator, Then cut the plastic housing or simply break it away if it insn't aready shattered, you really don't need it anyway. There are 5 or 6 1/4 " self tapping screws securing it to the fire wall, once screws are removed simly pull out the blower & replace it with new one. Its a 3 hour job and you must use common sense as some wiring connectors have to be disconnected to access some bolts "like behind the alternator". Good luck!

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