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Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 07:08:59 -0400
From: "Eric Law" <>
Subject: Re: Fan blower motor replacement

Gregg, Go to your friendly local dealer and get the service manual for the climate control - should be about US$20 or so. The 9000 has very little in common with a 900, the 900 manual would be almost useless. Changing the blower motor is not an easy task. It's located in a plastic housing beneath the windshield, accessed from under the hood. Basically, you need to remove the entire housing and split it in half to get at the motor. And, you need to remove a bunch of other things first to get the housing out. Good luck! Eric Law GREGG GREER <> wrote in message news:7hgel1$qn4$ > I have a '87 9000 Turbo and the blower motor has died. I have looked for a > repair manual for this car but to no avail. Before I set out to tear apart > the dash/etc. to look for the location of the blower fan my question is > this; Does anyone know where the blower motor/fan is located and the best > way to go about removing/replacing it? Or does anyone know where I may > obtain a repair manual for this car or is the repair manual for the 900 > model similar enough to use that instead for repairs of the 9000 model also? > >

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