trying to replace blower motor in 2012 Ford Focus (manual trans.) Have removed most of dash components (glovebox, radio/temp control panel, instrument panet, and loosened dash but cannot get blower motor out. Any info on how to get blower motor out is appreciated. Thanks.

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Asked by Oct 14, 2015 at 08:15 PM about the 2012 Ford Focus

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Blower motor located above gas pedal toward center at firewall.

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inlet on right hand side, thru removed glovebox

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closeup blower motor inlet

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driver side with gas pedal removed, still can't get turn blower motor to release it.

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replacement blower motor

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I removed everything to get it out, steering wheel,and all decore completely.

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see the video from my mobile not aligned https://www.dropbox.com/s/0ighc98t8xybdje/VID-20151029- WA0037.mp4?dl=0

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working on the same, what do i remove so i have space to remove the fan?

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hello , I have the same problem , I could release the fan, but not can remove it .. thanks

probably easier to just trade it in for a new car!

mine in my 2014 Focus SE sounds like a blender when it's running...really noisy!!

Having to rip half the dashboard out is a real pain in the ass...Thank you Ford....for another design nightmare!!!

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