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Old 04-09-2018, 10:57 AM   #1
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Need some advice from a FL60 or like owner

Gone through all my manuals and those on the 'net. I cannot seem to find where the cabin fan is located.. I want to change it.

I took apart the passenger side dash last year and added a bunch new 12 volt plug ins.. I don't remember seeing it tucked back in this.

MY FL also has a separate interior fan for the back...I cannot see that being the same fan..

Before I start pulling apart everything, does anyone know where this elusive beastie is ?
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No one ? On to another forum I guess...
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Old 04-15-2018, 01:26 PM   #3
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Grassy, how are you, you ask all the questions that no one seems to have an answer to, my question to you is how did you get the upper and lower dash apart, it looks like you have to pry it apart, well anyways hope everything going good and I got my electrical problems fixed, I’ll save that news for another time,
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Grassy, how are you, you ask all the questions that no one seems to have an answer to, my question to you is how did you get the upper and lower dash apart, it looks like you have to pry it apart, well anyways hope everything going good and I got my electrical problems fixed, Iíll save that news for another time,
Life is good... heading down you way this November.

If memory serves me correctly, there are 2 nuts then you have to have torx drivers..

Pulled it out of storage today,....gotta love it.. started on first turn of key..not bad since sleeping since October and it is still rather chilly here..

Going to pull parts off this week.. hoping this is my issue..
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Well darn.. fan not the answer so the search is back on.

Jeep, there is a rubber strip you pull back and there are 2 nuts..
The bottom cover has 2 screws.

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Grassy I think you might still have my number, if you pass through the Seattle area get ahold of me, so back to the dash, the passenger side looks like it’s 2 prices and splits in the center, below that is the fuse box cover and it hangs off of 2 screws
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Yes.. pull out that black separating strip and there are 2 hex bolts.

Underneath to get the cover off the fuse box, there are just 2 flat head screws.

Have to take the truck into the garage to be safetied.. will have them look at it because I am stumped..
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Apparently, the vent flaps were misaligned and some not moving.

Picking the truck up tomorrow...hope that works..
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