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Old 01-05-2018, 09:35 AM
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Default Blower motor location

Will someone be so kind to tell me the location of the blower motor (not the resistor) on a 2007 Eclipse?
thank you in advance.
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Old 01-05-2018, 02:52 PM
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No one? Anyone? Please.....
I was hoping I could access it from under the hood as opposed to through glove box/dash.
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Old 01-11-2018, 09:55 AM
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I doubt that you can access it from the engine compartment. It looks like they hung the heater in the air and built the rest of the car around it. It's under the dash.

MODE SELECTION DAMPER CONTROL MOTOR REMOVAL STEP
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1.
MODE SELECTION DAMPER CONTROL MOTOR
POWER TRANSISTOR REMOVAL STEP

GLOVE BOX ASSEMBLY, INSTRUMENT PANEL PARCEL BOX (REFER TO GROUP 52A, INSTRUMENT PANEL P.52A-21).
2.
RESISTOR
BLOWER MOTOR REMOVAL STEP

INSTRUMENT PANEL UNDER COVER (REFER TO GROUP 52A, INSTRUMENT PANEL P.52A-21).
3.
BLOWER MOTOR
OUTSIDE/INSIDE AIR SELECTION DAMPER MOTOR REMOVAL STEP

GLOVE BOX ASSEMBLY, INSTRUMENT PANEL PARCEL BOX (REFER TO GROUP 52A, INSTRUMENT PANEL P.52A-21).
4.
OUTSIDE/INSIDE AIR SELECTION DAMPER MOTOR

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(ignore the yellow box around the resistor)
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