95 Chevy K2500. I need to replace the heater blower fan. It's under
the dash on the passenger side below glove compartment. I has a rubber
cover over it. I cant seem to figure out how to remove that rubber
cover. Someone told me to remove the glove compartment. Removing that
seems more difficult than the blower itself, since the screws are
located real low under the door, which can not be opened beyond a
certain point. Can anyone tell me step by step how to do this?
On 12/28/2013 4:52 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Not had to do it so don't know directly, but I've found that there's a
Utub video for virtually anything you search for...most of them have
been enough to figure it out with (or to realize that is _not_ the way
in a couple of instances; keep looking :) ).
Yes, do search YouTube... it's amazing what you can find now.
And a suggestion... find and grab a factory shop manual (often they come
a set these days) for your vehicle/s. They can really save the day
sometime; even if it's a job you decide not to tackle, at least you can
read up on whats involved.
Also, should you ever buy a new vehicle, negotiate a set in as part of
the deal... most of the time you can do it. (But I hear printed manuals
might soon be going the way of the nixie tube...
If/when you sell the vehicle, the manuals are a good selling point, if
you scrap or otherwise lose it, manuals sell well on eBay or Craigs List.
Good luck with the blower motor!
I save mine. They remind me what I know.
Toyota's manuals arent' as good as American cars, imnsho.
There's even a warning in front of the Toyota that says roughly, Don't
expect to fix this car by using these manuals.
I'm going back to American cars next time.
Sounds like a lot of money. There are places around here that have an
Alldata computer on the counter facing the customers, to use free.
The last one I knew was in Laurel, Md. I forget the chain's name.
On Wed, 01 Jan 2014 23:43:20 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
A lot cheaper than I thought. And I suppose, unless you're dealing with a new or almost new car, you can get just
about everything there is in your first year.
When I buy a used car, I only go to Laurel once, to see the TSBs and whatever else they have.
I also buy the shop manuals, even though they are over 100 dollars now, even on ebay.
On Sat, 28 Dec 2013 16:52:54 -0600, email@example.com wrote:
Have you tried googling this? It's amazing how many very specific
topics are out there for car repair, both youtube and text. Mostly
youtube but it's worth it if it's just what you want.
Omit the year and see what years it gives you. I'm sure pickups were
the same for several years in a row.
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