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Old 05-11-2024, 05:30 PM #1
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Instructions for cleaning out the air conditioning blower motor making noise at speed

Where can I find step-by-step instructions for accessing and removing the air conditioning blower motor?

It's making a lot of noise at the higher rotation speeds.
I have the non-SR5 base 2WD interior as shown in the photo below.

Where do I start?
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Where can I find step-by-step instructions for accessing and removing the air conditioning blower motor?

It's making a lot of noise at the higher rotation speeds.
I have the non-SR5 base 2WD interior as shown in the photo below.

Where do I start?
Here is a good writeup
Cleaning the blower fan write-up
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