Then remove the four 7 mm headed screws that hold the liner to the dash; two on each side.

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The silver box is the PCM and underneath it is the foam and rubber cover that has to be removed. There will generally be a fair amount of dust on everything in this corner of the dash. This one also has a good bit of hair from a dog. I used my shop vac to remove the worst of the hair and dust.

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With the clips removed the PCM can be positioned to make it easier to remove the harness connectors. Although the PCM is fairly rugged it is best to treat it as delicate as possible. Make sure you depress the latches and pull the harness connectors straight out. Once the harnesses are disconnected, the PCM can be removed from the glove box opening.

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The two on the front edge only have to be loosened to remove the bracket.

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At this point the wires can be disconnected from the blower motor. The ground wire has a latch that has to be depressed. You can also remove the two front screws that held the PCM bracket in place. It makes it slightly easier to remove the cover.

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Now the top edge can be lifted up and off of the hooks.

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Now remove the screws form the sill plate (sorry no picture) and then remove the right kick panel cover.

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Use a pry bar to free the bracket form the pivot pin.

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Go around the outer edge of the blower motor and remove the mounting screws. Do not remove the grounding tab screw at this point. You will also need to remove the small rubber hose that connects between the side of the blower motor and the tube on the blower case. This hose is very important to the life of the blower motor. Do Not Lose it and DO Remember to install it on the new motor. It uses some of the air from the blower case and directs it into the blower windings to keep the blower motor cool.

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Be sure to clear the blower case and the evaporator fins of all debris before reassembling. I used my shop vac with a small hose attachment.

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Remove the paint from the area where the grounding tab will be mounted on the new motor.

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Note the vent hole on the old blower motor.

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Reassemble the blower motor into the dash and install all removed parts. The top two screws that are in recesses in the PCM mounting plate cane be difficult to start. I sue a little trim adhesive on the screw head to hold the screw into a socket. This makes it easier to install. Also remember to install the two screws in the front edge of the bracket, back onto the blower case, before the bracket is installed. That way all you have to do is tighten them up. Much easier than trying to install them with everything back in place.

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This one is a major power supply for the ignition switch, if I remember correctly.

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Make sure you take the time to properly install all of the removed parts. Now the blower motor will work with minimal noise.