No dash removal. Left lower dash and the accelerator pedal assembly need to come out. A power screwdriver with a long phillips bit will help, the blower is held in by only one screw but it's in such an awkward spot that it's hard to get torque on it by hand. Once it's out, the blower turns just a fraction clockwise to get past a pawl, then it will come loose from the housing. I usually use a medium length canted prybar and a hammer to tap it in a clockwise direction instead of trying to turn it by hand. Same deal, the motor is in such an awkward spot that it's tough to overcome the pawl by hand. Don't take the connector off the motor till it's loose, it's much easier to pop it with the motor rotated where you can see it. Reverse the procedure to reassemble. I usually tap-tap the new blower to seat it as well, it has to be seated fully for the retaining screw to line up with the hole.