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How do i remove a blower motor from my 1997 yukon

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-06-2019

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I replaced my friends blower resistor, which is right next to the motor and it\015\012was very easy. I pulled the motor out at the same time to check the\015\012condition of it. The hardest part was finding the correct socket - GM\015\012has used either a fractional metric sized bolt head, or some crazy size\015\012like 5/64".

Remove the black trim/sound insulating cover under the passenger side\015\012of the dash - there are three 7mm-headed screws. If you can't find all\015\012the screws and can't pull the cover out of the way, don't force it. I\015\012cracked the A/C housing because I couldn't find the middle screw and\015\012tried to pull the cover down a little hard. The left most screw is over\015\012the transmission hump and is very difficult to get to. I didn't remove\015\012that one as the cover is flexible enough that you can bend it down and\015\012get access to the motor once you get the other screws out.
The motor is the big round thing on the right, mounted to the\015\012bottom of the HVAC box. Other than being awkward to get to the bolts,\015\012it's easy to change out. I wasn't able to unplug it's electrical\015\012connector until I had the motor loose.

Good Luck and Merry Xmas
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