It's located inside of the lower right air duct (below the glove box). The air duct is held in place by plastic clips. Disconnect the wiring to the blower motor resistor, push the harness gromment throught the blower cover, remove the screws holding the blower motor cover. Remove the 3 screws and pull out the motor and fan assembly. REMEMBER: If the fan is damaged in any way, shape or form, both the fan and the motor need to be replaced. Good luck, and let us know if you have any problems.
Does anyone know where to find a free pdf download of the owner's manual for the 1996 Chrysler Concorde LX 3.3L? I've a hard copy, but would like a digital copy as well. If you know where to find one, please share. Thanks! Rev. D.
I am keeping the concord! This is just our other car. It's 110,000 mile 2003 4.0L WJ. I am trying to find best jeep forum to join - and being Mopar people any advice would be great!
BTW it has a noise at startup that goes away once warmed up a few minutes...