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Old 12-16-2009, 01:27 AM
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blower motor replacement

How do you replace the blower motor? 2000 f150. Book says remove 3 screws. Book says remove 3 screws, not easy. I removed the screws on the motor. Got it to come out. But not enough clearence on floor to remove, due to wheel. Seems to be another piece to remove??? One with gasket, which looks like new one that came with motor.
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Old 01-21-2010, 03:27 PM
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I finally got it out. Had to cut the pad under the carpet. Peal out of way and motor came out. It was a little of a pain to do. The motor was rusted and restricted the movement. Brushes were worn also. 10 years in truck and 93,000 miles. Plastic cage was good. Now I won't blow resistors again.
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