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Replace Blower Motors - 964

Does anyone have or know where to find instructions to remove and replace the two heater blower motors in the front of the dash/windshield under the trunk hood of a 1990 964?
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I believe they are NLA . Most have been oiling them for days on end and they end up working like new. the bearing is actually an oillite bearing/bushing and just need lubricant unless the brushes etc are bad? also a salvage yard is your next best option though pelican maybe able to get them?
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Thanks but you didn't understand.I have the replacement motors from a heater box assembly from a donor car. I know they are about a grand $$$$ new. The problem is I had to remove the gas tank, window washer tank, remove the metal divider, undo the vents from inside and access the two bolts through the dash to get it out. I don't want to repeat this on my car to replace the motors alone. There has to be a better way, thats why I ask.
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Oh I must have completely misunderstood your original post which has been now edited so not sure what it read. sorry Not sure on your new question
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I know that to remove the evaporator you for sure have to remove the fuel tank. Not so sure if the fans are removable without taking the fuel tank out. It seems that if you remove the fuse box and the plastic covers you might be able to squeeze the fans in there.

Just checked in the manual, just remove fuse box and firewall.
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Ben, The original post is the same except I noticed a spelling error so I corrected it. To find instructions to remove and replace the two heater blower motors in the front of the dash/windshield under the trunk hood of a 1990 964.
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There's a post on rennlist by GeorgeK where he changed his, might want to look or do a search over there.
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Thanks, I'll look for it...
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