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Old 09-09-2012, 11:35 AM
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How do I remove this? Help quick...

How do I get the blower motor box and a/c housing off? Doing studs and need it off but cant figure it out. Help please

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This guy here is what I'm talking bout.

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Old 09-09-2012, 11:41 AM
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It unbolts from inside the cab I believe
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There are 6 10mm nuts on the firewall inside the cab. 3 under the carpet under the dash and 3 inside the glove compartment all the way at the top behind the white insulation. Then there is a bracket in the engine compartment that holds the evaporator housing remove it along with the vacuum pump and box and the vacuum lines inside the cab as well as the engine compartment and disconnect the wiring harnesses. Then finess it out.
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Does the heater core need to come out?

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Old 09-09-2012, 03:41 PM
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just remove the spacer on the driver side motor mount. that will allow you to raise and lower the block so you can torque the bolts with out issue. This is how I did mine and I didn't have to touch the heater or do anything to the driver side firewall. Also I never removed the fan or radiator but thats just me.
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just remove the spacer on the driver side motor mount. that will allow you to raise and lower the block so you can torque the bolts with out issue. This is how I did mine and I didn't have to touch the heater or do anything to the driver side firewall. Also I never removed the fan or radiator but thats just me.
Did you need to loosen the transmission crossmember?


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Does the heater core need to come out?

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Did you need to loosen the transmission crossmember?


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I tried that and lifted the rear of the transmission but it didn't give me the clearence on the lower rear driver side bolt and it wouldn't have done any good on the pass side. now I did leave the trans loose while I raised and lowered the block so it would stress the trans mount.
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I figured it out, thanks guys, that top left bolt was a b**** to get to. Gotta disconnect the exhaust manifold and shes ready to come out. I plan on cutting that rear bottom bolt to get it out.

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