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How do you replace the front blower motor on a 2000 Pontiac Montana 6-cylinder?

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2015-07-15 21:06:27
2015-07-15 21:06:27

First you need to disengage the SRS airbags on both the driver/passenger side. On how to do this, first remove the SRS fuse located inside your fuse box probably either on the side of the front passenger seat or inside the glove box. Next you have to remove the sound covers underneath both the driver/passenger side. Simply pull out the plastic tabs and the covers come off. Next, you need to find the YELLOW airbag connectors with a safety clip on them. Their is only one connector for each airbag under the driver/passenger side. Remove the safety clips on both connectors and then disconnect the connectors. Now the SRS airbags are disabled. Now, underneath the passenger side instrument panel you can see the round shaped blower motor. First, disconnect the wire connector attached to the motor. There are 3 bolts holding it together so they need to be removed. Once removed, carefully lower the motor and the ventilation tube that is attached around the motor. Installation is the reverse for the new motor. Don't forget to slip back on the ventilation tube that goes over the existing tube, which is mounted underneath the panel. Tighten the 3 bolts and reconnect the wire connector. Connect the SRS airbag connectors back together, remembering to put back on the safety clips. Then reinstall the sound covers underneath. Then put back in the SRS airbag fuse and put back on the fuse cover. Start up the engine and check to see if your new motor works. AVOID SITTING IN FRONT OF THE AIRBAGS WHEN YOU FIRST START UP YOUR VEHICLE IN CASE THEY COULD ACTIVATE!!

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