Step 1: Locate the protective panel that is beneath the glove compartment on the passenger's side of the vehicle.
Step 2: Gently pull on the panel (near the clips) to disengage the retaining clips.
Step 3: With the blower motor now exposed, locate the three 8mm retaining bolts that hold the component in place and remove them.
NOTE: If you do not have an extension, you can remove the glove compartment door quite easily and access them through the opening created.
Step 4: Disconnect the wiring harness from the blower motor.
Step 5: Remove the blower motor from the vehicle.
Step 6: Mount the new blower motor component by tightening the 3 retaining bolts.
NOTE: Be sure to move the wiring harness out of the way, as you'll need to connect it in the next step!
Step 7: Connect the wiring harness to the new blower motor.
Step 8: Reattach the protective panel by simply snapping the small retaining tabs into their respective holes.
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These Part Change / Installation Instructions Apply to
07 2007, 06 2006, 05 2005, 04 2004, 03 2003, 02 2002, 01 2001, 00 2000, 99 1999, 98 1998, 97 1997, 96 1996 Ford Taurus AC Heater Blower Motor Replacement Instructions