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01 blower motor

Old 07-25-2010, 10:02 PM
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Default 01 blower motor

hello everyone i have an 01 chrylser T&C limited i was hoping someone could provide me with directrions as to how to change the blower motor on my car i have been told the dash has to be removed i am fairly confident that it is the blower motor not the resistor/module. i have cold air coming out of the ducts at every stage but the amount of air is extremely low so any suggestion are welcomed thanks for your time
Old 03-07-2011, 05:04 AM
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Default blower motor removal 2001 chrysler t&c lx

My wife has a chrysler t&c lx and the blower motor is a difficult item to take out. After much trial and error I was able to fix it. I took the panel off for the glove compartment and the front dash off. Take the left side speaker off and get a 1/4 inch drive with a 5/16 socket with a flex drive extension. get enough extensions to access the top screw behind the blower unit and use fingers to position the socket over the screw. the screw is located about in line with the screw on the front side of the blower unit. Taking the panel off with the glove compartment will help to see the socket extension combo to be able to put the socket over the screw to take it out.
Old 03-07-2011, 10:39 AM
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they are a PITA
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