Step 2: Remove the 8mm bolt that mounts the wiper fluid reservoir.
Step 3: Slide the wiper fluid reservoir to the side, as we'll need the room to access the blower motor.
Step 4: Disconnect the rubber tube connected to the blower motor.
Step 5: Disconnect the wiring harness attached to the blower motor.
Step 6: Locate and remove the three 8mm retaining bolts that hold the blower motor in place.
NOTE: You may need to loosen the wheel well panel beneath it to get enough "play" to push down on the upper portion of the fender. This is sometimes necessary to reach the retaining bolt on the underside of the component.
Step 7: You can now pull the blower motor from the vehicle.
Step 8: Remove the blower motor's house and attach it to the new blower motor.
Step 9: Insert the blower motor into place, and secure it by tightening the 8mm retaining bolts.
If you loosened the wheel well panel, be sure to secure it, as well.
Step 10: Connect the rubber hose and wiring harness to the blower motor.
Step 11: Secure the wiper fluid reservoir in place by tightening its retaining bolt.
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