blower motor info

    Sounds like you have two problems really. First if you only have high speed the resistor pack has probably gone bad. This is located in the
blower housing. Second either something has gotten into the housing, or more likely the motor is failing (brushes worn, bearing worn, etc.). The blower is behind the glove box. This is truly one of the most annoying designs to work with that could have been conceived. There are several bolts (8mm head) two at each side and one or two underneath if I remember correctly. Then you have to sneak the sides through the opening. The blower is held in by screws. You could try taking the blower out first to see if there is anything loose inside the housing. The annoying part comes when you try to put the glove box back on. First fit it back into the dash opening, then hold it in position while lining up the bolt holes, position the side trim strip with your other hand and start the bolts with the other (third) hand. Not a Tibetan God, well I m not either. Try holding the bolt on a socket, with the trim strip already hanging on the bolt to get the first bolt started on each side. Don't tighten anything until they're all caught. The resister pack is up and to the left about 2 1/2" square also held by screw.                 good luck                  douglas
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