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Username Post: Heater motor help        (Topic#351416)
Don S 
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Loc: Northampton, Pa
Reg: 11-25-05
06-03-18 04:30 PM - Post#2735828    

Hi all. I recently spent 5 days at a car cruise/show in Ocean City, Md.Unfortunately it rained all but one day. My heater system is all original. and I could not keep the windshield from fogging up. I was wondering if anyone has found a heater motor with more power to help. I figure ours are old and maybe aren't putting out enough RPMs. (I'm not interested in putting A/C in the car).



 
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Delray_58 
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Loc: Scotts Valley, CA
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06-03-18 04:41 PM - Post#2735831    
    In response to Don S

I'm not sure what model you are referring to, but I suspect the issue isn't with the blower motor. When the system is working correctly, the standard 2-speed blower from (even) the basic standard recirculating heater should keep your windshield nice and clear. Have you checked hoses for leaks or blockage, the diverter valve for actual operation, and the like?


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Don S 
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06-06-18 03:47 AM - Post#2736117    
    In response to Delray_58

Thank you,.I will check that out.



 
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