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Hello. Welcome to Just Answer. I see that you have been waiting for over three hours for assistance; whilst RR are not my particular specialty, I have worked on several in the used car shop....Please allow me to assist you. You are very correct on your diagnosis; this sounds very much like a bad bearing on the fan shaft motor, or lock of lubrication. Fixing it yourself would require a replacement fan motor; parts are available form RR dealers (I do not think you will find one at NAPA or PepBoys). Replacement of the fan with no experience here could be difficult, at the very least visit a RR dealer service dept and ask one of the techs for advise before you start....they are usually willing to help out a person in dire need.
Sorry, I do not have an All Data subscription. However, if you look under the passenger side of the dash, under the glove box area, you might be able to see the bottom of the heater box. The fan motor fits inside of the heater box. Looking whilst it is making the noise should allow you to see where the noise is loudest. Normally, most heater fan motors are held in by 3 to 4 bolts or screws. Removing them should allow you to remove the fan unit.
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Hello. Are you trying to get the repair data for the blower motor?
RANGE ROVER BLOWER MOTOR R&R
Did the link I provided in my previous response help at all?
You will need to remove the glove box and the trim panel below it
Not sure why. The address definitely is valid. I just opened it. I'll make you a new link. If it still won't work, You have to remove the glove box and the trim panel. Then you can easily access the blower motor
RANGE ROVER BLOWER MOTOR
Did you get the trim covering the blower motor removed and the duct moved aside?
Have you gotten the lower box removed?
GLOVE BOX REMOVAL
Sorry, I have provided you with everything alldata has. I am going to have to opt out in hopes that someone else has something that gives more detailed information.