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Look very closely to make sure there isn't a little screw or something holding it in place that you missed. The first time I removed a blower housing I busted it up pretty badly. I was only doing the fan and motor and didn't want to remove the whole shebang. When I stripped my old Aero before sending it to the crusher, I went a few steps further and found that the evaporator swung out of the way quite easily and gave really good access to the heater core and the whole blower housing. The rest was easy and I now have a complete assembly in a box ready for the next heater core job.
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