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Old 12-21-2008, 01:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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blower motor fire help!

i have a 93 e36 and the blower motor caught fire any pics or links on removing the blower motor housing so i can replace it would be greatly appreciated thanks
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well its not replacing the motor that im concerned with but removing the entire heater box assembly i can see part of it from under the engine compartment im sure the dash will need to be taken out im not worried about the difficulty of it but some pics would be great
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Do you already have a new heater box? If not I have one sitting at my house I'd be willing to sell you. I bought it for my old car, but got the Honda before I had a chance to install it.

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Can somebody help. I need to know where the blower motor is for 1996 BMW 318I? If you got instructions that would be really great!
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