2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Q&A

2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Question: heater/ac not working

i know i have to replace my blower i just don't know how. the blower makes weird clicking sounds before it completely died out. can any1 give me instructions on how to replace the blower? i was also told i have 2 blowers, how do i know which one i have to change or am i suppose to change both? -
Answer 1
You can replace this piece yourself, it is under the dash on the passenger side. You may have to remove a plastic cover, then you will see it on the hvac housing next to the blower motor. This is a VERY common failure, so have confidence it will fix your problem. The part is approx. $130, sorry I don't have the part number, as there are a couple of choices depending on your vehicle. You will have to give them your VIN number to get the correct part. http://www.justanswer.com/questions/1gfro-2003-z71-chevy-tahoe-blower -
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