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Tameanaka
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Tameanaka Jul 30, 10:26pm - #31939 

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Help with disasembly

Where is the blower located? ya know the blower(fan) for like ac and stuff. Something go into there and is spinning around with the fan. THe only thing is I don't know where it is or how to take it apart.

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RicePowered Jul 31, 3:29am - #31940 
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The blower motor for the A/C should be located behind the glove box I believe confused
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element_celica Jul 31, 3:52am - #31941 

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its in a housing under and behind the passenger side dash...the housing contains the evaporator/blower/blower motor/heater core/etc.

if you plan on taking it out to work on it...good luck to ya bro, it's gonna be a pain in the ass

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Satoshi Jul 31, 8:30am - #31942 
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PBCelica02 Jul 31, 9:14am - #31943 

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Satoshi's got the pics on everything! nice job dude. thumbsup
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Evan Jul 31, 3:48pm - #31944 

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