940 a/c dash panel won't come off to get at blower switch

Discussion in 'Volvo 940' started by bk, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. bk

    bk Guest

    After you get the trim piece off, there are 4 screws that hold the panel (the
    one with the a/c controls) on. I took those out, but the panel wouldn't come
    out. The bottom of the panel is held on by 2 brackets even after the screws are
    taken out. What's the trick to getting it out without breaking it? Need to
    check blower switch and resister. thanks for the help. billy
    bk, Aug 11, 2003
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  2. bk

    volvowrench Guest

    On some of the early models you have to gently bend the two screw tabs
    out of the way to remove the head unit. However since the resistor pack
    and the blower fan relay are more readily accessible from their location
    under and behind the glove box, it's much easier to check the electrics
    there, since if the fan doesn't work at all you'll probably be replacing
    the fan motor anyway. After the glove box and underdash panel are out of
    the way, you only have to remove the right side trim panel, slide out the
    computer and remove the bracket to gain removal access to the fan motor.

    volvowrench, Aug 11, 2003
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