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Fitting a heater blower - 156

Hi, I'm going to undertake the fitting of a new heater blower to replace my bust one. Anyone done this? Any tips on how I can make this as painless as possible?
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Just go for it. It's very easy. 2 nuts to drop the carpet trim. 1 screw on the "flange" of the heater and then twist the whole unit to drop it down. Unplug the cable and then reverse procedure. It really is a 10 minute job. The facelift interior has a slightly different plug but even that is only a lug that can be cut off.
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Hi Mitch,

Many thanks you're right a simple 10 minute Job, found my fan was full
of water !!! trying to find the leak now
Cheers Bungo
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