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Old 06-30-2009, 03:50 PM   #1
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Replacing the AC/Heater Blower Motor 2006 TJ

Does anyone have any pictures or Schematics or Directions on how to remove the Blower Motor mine is not mounted as shown in this pic
http://www.jeepz.com/forum/attachmen...ower-motor.gif
It is all mounted inside under the Glove Box. To make a long story short I got mud in my old one when My hood vent got clogged and water ran into my cab. So now I can not turn on my A/C or my Heater Dealer says that th Blower Motor is Bad They want almost 200 bucks to replace so i figure I will do it myself.
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Seriously, the 2006 TJ is changed enough so the motor no longer is replaced from the engine side of the firewall? If so, that really sucks but even more so, is very surprising.

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Post some pics of your blower location if you can and maybe we can see how it comes out without a repair manual.
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If so hopefully for your sake and mine it is accessible from the passenger side floor area or the glove box without removal of the whole heater box.That would suck.It is bad enough the whole heater box has to be removed to change a heater core.That would mean disconnecting the AC lines plus pulling the dash out.
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Old 06-30-2009, 07:31 PM   #5
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Solution: Easy as H E Double Hockey Stix No tools Required

Removal Instructions

Step 1
Unplug power cord.
Step 2
Rotate unit Left until it drops down.

Installation

Step 1
Line up tabs and rotate right until locked into place
Step 2
Connect power cord

There it is done one of the easiest fixes I have seen yet on a Jeep.
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