Mercury Villager
Heater Cores and Blower Fans
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How do you replace a heater blower in a 1999 Mercury Villager?

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2007-11-24 23:45:56
2007-11-24 23:45:56

never done it on this model before but the one's I have replaced, I had to remove the glovebox and the blower motor is usually behind it. should be a couple of bolts holding it in. remove them, replace motor, replace bolts, viola, you're done. on a 97 its up under the dash didnt have to remove the glove box

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