Things you will need
Replacement motor, Phillips head screwdriver, wrench to remove the battery cable
Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery. This is important to prevent injury from the airbag accidently deploying. The airbag is armed and can inflate anytime you work near it. It is also important to wait at least 2 minutes after disconnecting the battery cable because the airbag has a back up capacitor that must be fully discharged.
Remove the three blower motor mounting screws.
Installation is basically the reverse. Place the motor into the housing and secure it with the two small screws. Next, slip the blower fan onto the new motor shaft and secure it with the retainer clip.
Put the blower motor housing back in place under the dash making sure that the seal is in place and install the three mounting screws. Reconnect the electrical connector.
Reconnect the battery cable and test the blower operation.
Auto repair can seem like an impossible task for the average car owner. However, replacing the AC/heater blower motor a relatively straight forward car repair that can be accomplished with minimal tools and experience. For other Jeep related articles please see my other articles here on Infobarrel or check out my website at http://www.jhkersey.com for a complete listing.
Tips and Warnings
As noted above, the airbag is armed and can deploy accidently causing physical injury anytime work is done near it. Always disconnect the negative battery cable and wait at least 2 minutes before replacing the blower motor.