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96 Dakota blower motor

clueless on Wed July 08, 2009 11:57 AM User is offline

Year: 96
Make: dodge
Model: dokata

Friend called and says he cannot find the blower motor has taken out half the dash. Before I go over there wanted to see if one of you good folks has a diagram.

TRB on Wed July 08, 2009 1:55 PM User is offlineView users profile

The entire evap/heater case assembly has to come out.

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robs on Wed July 08, 2009 6:35 PM User is offlineView users profile

Mr. Bohringer is correct, but here are more detailed instructions along with an image of the case assembly.

BLOWER MOTOR
Removal & Installation:


Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove lower steering column cover. Remove retaining screws from inside ashtray. Remove ashtray assembly.

Lower instrument panel module must be removed. Panel module is attached to instrument panel and incorporates glove box and radio speaker grille.

Remove intermittent wiper control from bracket. Intermittent wiper control is located at lower edge of radio speaker grille, on driver side. Remove instrument panel module retaining screws near right side of steering column.

Remove center air duct located behind lower instrument panel module. Remove support brace screw from instrument panel module. Remove courtesy light at right corner of instrument panel module.

Remove instrument panel module retaining screws above glove box and ashtray. Pull instrument panel module rearward, and lower it.

Disconnect wiring harness and radio antenna from retaining clips. Disconnect radio speaker and glove box light wiring. Remove instrument panel module.

Disconnect vacuum lines from fresh/recirculated air door vacuum actuator. See Fig. 2 . Disconnect electrical connection for blower motor. Remove blower motor housing. Remove blower motor retaining screws. Remove blower motor. To install, reverse removal procedure.

Chick on Wed July 08, 2009 7:18 PM User is offlineView users profile

Wow, I won't be buying a Dakota very soon... But I would check everything else before trying to remove it, fuses relays etc..

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