Do it yourself, replace the blower motor on your VW Jetta, made between the years 2005 and 2013. This replacement requires a small flat headed screwdriver and a new blower motor. You can make it in about 20 minutes, if you follow the steps below.
First of all, you will have to open the passenger’s front door. Get under the glove box, because the blower motor is located there. You must first remove a foam panel, that covers the air cabin filter box an the blower motor. This panel is held by two plastic clips. They can be removed using a flat blade screw driver, as you can see below.
After that, remove the foam cover completely. The blower motor is up underneath, a little to the right. There is a tab that you pull down and, after you rotate the blower motor counterclockwise, you will be able to detach it (see picture below).
You should come across its electrical harness, as seen in the next image. Remove it using the same flat headed screw driver and then reinstall the replacement.
Make sure you buy and use a compatible part. Reconnect the electrical harness to the new blower motor, install it in the right place and secure it by rotating its tab clockwise. At the end, place that foam cover back and reinstall its clips. This is all you need to do, if you wish to replace the blower motor on your VW Jetta, made between the years 2005 and 2013.