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Have a dead mouse in the heater system of my 2008 hummer 3...fan/vents

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Have a dead mouse in the heater system of my 2008 Hummer 3. How difficult is it to remove some of the cowlings? to get at the fan/vents? Thanks.
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Most of the time you can get the critter out of there by removing the blower motor assembly under the passenger side dash and reach up to remove the nest and debris.

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Well I can see the motor and I have done this on a jeep but on the hummer it looks like I need to take the glove box out. Is there an easy way to do that?

 

There is a cover on the passenger side dash by the door that pops out. Then there are 3 screws to remove in the illustration.

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