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    DIY A/C Blower Cleaning

    This DIY is not mine i got the idea from Love Mirage thailand group in FB. They helped me how to clean the A/C blower. But i wanted to share it for those who loves to DIY during there free time.

    What you'll need
    1. Screwdriver x
    2. Bucket and a very low amount of water
    3. Liquid soap for cleaning. I used a liquid dishwashing soap but if you have other suggestons feel free to post.

    Note: im not sure if in other countries we have the same location for the a/c blower here in the Philippines its at the passenger side which is right.

    So first you'll have to remove the glove compartment.
    Next you may already remove the filter and include it for cleaning
    Here's how it looks like when the glove compartment is removed

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    the pic is not mine its from a thailand mirage


    Last edited by mitsumi; 06-22-2016 at 02:26 PM.

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    now look underneath and you'll see something like thisName:  13151897_10154158250552250_2491303336802115057_n.jpeg
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    then pull the wire (press n pull) as it has a clip on it. Then remove the three screws using your x screwdriver. make sure to hold the blower part because its heavy and you might crack the plastic from it after removing the first 2 screws.
    Last edited by mitsumi; 06-23-2016 at 12:28 AM.

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    then just pull down anf you'll get this
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    now cleaning.. just make sure you only clean the white blower fins or the white part because if water gets in your blower might have problems.
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    then let it dry!
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    Last edited by mitsumi; 06-23-2016 at 12:34 AM.

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    Credit to Love Mirage group in Thailand. those pic are not mine. but hope it helps others.

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