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Old 10-05-2005, 05:49 PM   #1
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my heating blower motor is shot in my prelude and i need to put a new one in. whats the easiest way to removal just pretty much remove everything in it way? if any one has a rwrite up on this or any helpful tips about removing or intstalling that would be great thanks
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Eh, just take the glovebox and stuff out and you should be able to get to it. Some bolts are harder than others, but you can get it if you look around in there for a bit.
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Old 10-07-2005, 01:58 PM   #5
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your going to have to take out your whole dash. Then take out the blower motor. If you need one let me know i have one that ill let go cheap. im parting my prelude out see my sig.
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i just unscrewed the three bolts holding it in and dropped it out but thats just me. lol
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out of what kind of car?
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92-96 lude?
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yeah i need a blower motor how much?
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yea mine got cloged with stuff form the inside of the car from when it went on recirculate. so i went under the pass side and there where three screws holding it in and it droped out. i had to move the kick plate for the ecu to get it all the way out. then i stuck a vacumm in it to clean out all the stuff then stuck it back in and my heater blower worked again. didn't remove the dash or anything cuz i just did it the way it said in the manuel.
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this is what it looks like it was clogged up with liek lint and stuff which prevented it from moving
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yeah i need a blower motor how much?
its from a 92-96 prelude. and give me an offer.
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im gonna try to clean it then ill let u know if i need it
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How do u get the the final screw in the way back to get the blower motor out I got two can't get the one against the wall
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You may need a ratchet with a screwdriver bit.
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