how do you replace the blower motor in a 2003 pontiac grand prix se

Asked by Mar 05, 2012 at 06:18 PM about the 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

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You have to take the glovebox out as the motor is behind it.Just curious is the blower motor not working at all? or just on the #5 selection? The reason I ask is because if it does not work on the #5,then most likely it's the resistor(which is also next to the blower motor).These cars are common for the resistors burning out.I have done two on my current GP,and one on my last one.Good luck.

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