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  1. #1
    gad
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    Default Blower fan resistor pack

    '02 Impala LS
    My fan stopped working at the lowest setting. Figured I'd remove and check
    the fan resistor pack - what a nightmare. I fiured I'd have to stand on my
    head to get it out, but the rear screw is so buried behand the foam/plastic
    floor/firewall cover, I can barely get a finger on it, much less a socket.

    Any tips on getting this part out? What's ballpark to have the dealership
    finish the job for me?



  2. #2
    Mike Marlow
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    Default Re: Blower fan resistor pack


    "gad" <spamless@spamless.com> wrote in message
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    > '02 Impala LS
    > My fan stopped working at the lowest setting. Figured I'd remove and

    check
    > the fan resistor pack - what a nightmare. I fiured I'd have to stand on

    my
    > head to get it out, but the rear screw is so buried behand the

    foam/plastic
    > floor/firewall cover, I can barely get a finger on it, much less a socket.
    >
    > Any tips on getting this part out? What's ballpark to have the dealership
    > finish the job for me?
    >
    >


    I always use a 1/4" nut driver with a swivel for that booger. It never goes
    back in either! Just keep fighting it - you'll get it. Swear a bit - that
    always helps.

    --

    -Mike-
    mmarlowREMOVE@alltel.net



  3. #3
    Steve Mackie
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    Default Re: Blower fan resistor pack

    > > head to get it out, but the rear screw is so buried behand the
    > foam/plastic
    > > floor/firewall cover, I can barely get a finger on it, much less a

    socket.
    > >
    > > Any tips on getting this part out? What's ballpark to have the

    dealership
    > > finish the job for me?

    >
    > I always use a 1/4" nut driver with a swivel for that booger. It never

    goes
    > back in either! Just keep fighting it - you'll get it. Swear a bit -

    that
    > always helps.


    I've always just loosened the rear one slightly rather than removing it
    completely.



  4. #4
    Woody
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    Default Re: Blower fan resistor pack

    Cut a notch out of the floor mat.


    "Steve Mackie" <smackie@eastlink.ca> wrote in message
    news:iFIIg.22368$tP4.5895@clgrps12...
    >> > head to get it out, but the rear screw is so buried behand the

    >> foam/plastic
    >> > floor/firewall cover, I can barely get a finger on it, much less a

    > socket.
    >> >
    >> > Any tips on getting this part out? What's ballpark to have the

    > dealership
    >> > finish the job for me?

    >>
    >> I always use a 1/4" nut driver with a swivel for that booger. It never

    > goes
    >> back in either! Just keep fighting it - you'll get it. Swear a bit -

    > that
    >> always helps.

    >
    > I've always just loosened the rear one slightly rather than removing it
    > completely.
    >
    >




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