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How do you replace the blower motor on a 1992 Chevy Lumina?

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2008-01-17 03:37:06
2008-01-17 03:37:06

On the Lumina in the early 90's (mine is a 93 and I have blower problems too) the blower is under the RIGHT SIDE of the dash, by the passenger's feet behind that shroud and up behind the panel of relays. it's a chore to get to without removing most of the dash but it can be done.

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