Tim Lyons: couldn't watch it the music and effects were just unbearable
Serge Saati: I love your video!
Retro Pro Frank: what's with all the music in the Echo in your voice it really killed the video. It would have been better without it you have a very informative video but it's drained out by audio and Echo
sicjohny 1.0: what the freak is with the music
Raymond DeVoe: I really appreciate the instructional aspect of your video, but those sounds and music have to go. It's the most annoying friggin' thing I've experienced in awhile.
Randy Barnes: I definitely recommend removing the blower motor for increased access. No need to cut the insulation to get at the 2 back screws. Just remove the front screw and pull the old resistor out in pieces. the new part will slide into place provided all debri is removed from the screw mounts. Just screw the front screw back in and you are good to go. Took about an hour of working upside down with the passenger seat reclined. hope this helps...
Dan Witten: Thanks. That helped me out a lot!
DEMONlCO: You HAVE to remove the blower motor. In my case it was only 3 7/32 bolts and it came right out. It is impossible to get to the resistor bolts with the blower in the way. I just did mine and it took me a little over an hour and saved about $80 bucks!
meTimetraveler: removing the blower motor does make it waaay easier. I could not get the connector off so I cut the wires. your going to replace the resistor pack anyway.
meTimetraveler: Why did you remove the glove box?
gbgregg: Thanks. Good video
yony loya: My car have the same problem,but is leak water too
sea godds: I love how the engineer in you comments on the fact that two of the screws on the glovebox hinge are shorter than the others. Typical GM....
thecheesburgler: This job really sucks. I tried it today and coulndnt get to that back bolt on the resistor.
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