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Old 16-12-14, 07:34 AM   #1
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Default Removing the blower fan

I'm having a bit of trouble removing the fan as it had died, any help appreciated.
I have an 306 sedan xt 2.0

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Old 16-12-14, 02:47 PM   #3
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That sounds like a dash out job!!!
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I had a 306 D-Turbo a few years ago and if remember correctly the fan is located in the passenger footwell.

I deffinately had mine out without removing the dash but my memory isn't great as this was about 10 years ago.

All i can say is get on your back in the passenger footwell and you should be able to see it behind the glovebox. I think it has 3 locating screw and should drop out.

You may need to remove the glovebox to get better access. (this is fairly easy too)
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Hopefully this image will work...

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Take out the glovebox first, it will make it much easier to do.
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