I replaced my blower fan tonight and as most others have found, the job was a piece of cake... well OK, EXCEPT FOR ONE FRIGGEN SCREW!!!
I did happen to view this video on YouTube that I thought was well worth the time. Two tips that he gave concerning the recirculation door I thought were extremely helpful and something that I would have been clueless about if I hadn't seen the video: Use a tool from the bottom to remove the recirculation door from the lower fan cover; Position the recirculation door toward the right side before reattaching the actuator to the fan assembly.
Another tip you might find useful anytime you reattach something back to a plastic boss, Place the screw into the hole and then slowly turn the screwdriver counterclockwise until the screw "jumps" or "dips". Once this happens you can then proceed to turn the screw clockwise and it will now re-thread itself into the same threads that already exist in the plastic without having to cut a new thread. This can be critical if you are constantly removing a screw out of an assembly and you don't want to eventually strip out the hole...
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