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I need to remove my blower motor from my 07 Versa to clean out a rodent nest but I can't get it out. I got the plastic cap off and unplugged the blower motor, but it doesn't want to come out. A previous thread mentioned that it should simply rotate out counter clockwise but it not happening. Any advice would be welcomed and appreciated.
 

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YOu should list your vehicle in your profile or at least tell us in your post.

assuming you have a C11 versa or older one your answer is here on pg 62.
http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/Versa/2009_Versa/MTC.pdf

1. Remove instrument panel and pad. Refer to
IP-11, "
Component Parts
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2. Remove side ventilator duct (right). Refer to
MTC-69, "
Removal and Installation
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3. Disconnect blower motor connector (1).
4. Push the flange holding hook (A) toward the blower motor (2),
then rotate the blower motor (2) clockwise and remove it from
the A/C unit assembly.
 

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Ok thank you. I finally got it out and it ended up being a small candy wrapper that was in the blower blades. It suprised me that such a small wrapper can make such a loud vibrating noise with the AC on. The problem I was having getting the blower motor out was that I attempting to take out only the motor portion, not realizing the entire plastic casing around the blower motor came out. Once I pushed on the plastic tab on the top right of the blower motor, I was able to turn clockwise and pull it right out (with some wiggling around the other parts to get it completely out from under the dash).
 
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