Answer to: fix blower fan in 1992 Honda Civic DXUnder the front passenger side behind the glove box is the blower. It might be easier if you drop the glove box (just squeeze it on both sides to bypass the blocking tabs that keep it in place). I found the best way was to crawl under (leave my legs hanging out the door), look straight up (a little past the glove box) and you should see three brass screws. These hold the blower, by removing the three it should drop out and you can disconnect the power from it. It is actually a pretty easy task, I did it during the winter so it was a bit cold, but still easy. When I get home tonight I will try to post a few pictures from my car (it is a 97 but is the same configuration).