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with new blend motors now being becoming affordable I am sure this might be considered useful info

not sure if anyone has posted this but I have discovered that it is possible to replace blend motors without cutting wires
or removing and re-inserting connector pins mind you this only applies when replacing all 3 blend motors which are already wired to same connector

if you remove main gear from motor unit (the one which is poking out) the the motors will fit through the gap near top of dash
with the connector if you cut the cable retainer and guide (remove) behind the radio then the plug will fit through the gap

I suspect this will save some time and I feel it is somewhat easier to ensure blend motor gear placement than getting connector wires in the correct place
Regards Peter
 

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Hi

with new blend motors now being becoming affordable I am sure this might be considered useful info
Thanks for the info..can you elaborate on the "new blend motors" and the affordability please.

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