Honda CR-V: Blower Unit Removal/Installation

1. Remove the glove box.

2. Disconnect the connector (A), then remove the connector clip (B), the wire harness clips (C), the bolts, and the glove box frame (D).

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3. Cut the plastic cross brace (A) in the glove box opening with diagonal cutters in the area shown.

Retain plastic cross brace to be reinstalled later.

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4. Remove the wire harness clips (A), the self-tapping screws, and the passenger's heater duct (B).

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5. Disconnect the connector (A) from the blower motor. Remove the wire harness clip (B).

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6. Disconnect the connector (A) from the recirculation control motor. Remove the self-tapping screws, the bolt, the mounting nuts, and the blower unit (B).

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7. Install the unit in the reverse order of removal.

Make sure that there is no air leakage.

Blower Unit Component Replacement

Note these items when overhauling the blower unit:

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