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How to replace a heater blower motor on a 1997 Oldsmobile cutlass?

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2006-11-30 01:35:02
2006-11-30 01:35:02

THE FIRST THING THAT YOU WANT TO DO IS TO TAKE OFF the negative battery cable, then you have to take out the floor console and shifter handl. Then you have to remove the panels under the glove box on the passenger side over to the driverside and then on the passenger side right next to the right inside panel right under the glove box next to the fire wall you can see the blower motor there are three 7mm screws to take out and then just unplug it and take it out replacement is just the opposite.

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