[DML] Re: Blower motors
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[DML] Re: Blower motors



The reason most start squealing is, usually, the lower bearing 
surface of the motor shaft has gotten moisture in it and the felt 
that lubricates the bearing surface of the shaft has dried out. 
Shine a strong light into the breathing hole of the motor you will 
see it. Clean the lower area out and put some thin oil on the felt 
(I think I used 5w-30 the last time I did it). It will absorb quite 
a bit - maybe a half teaspoon. Clean the blower cage off - don't 
remove the balancing weights - and it should work like new.

Harold McElraft - 3354


-- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Thomas Mc Auley <dmc4087@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Does anyone know what other car used the blower motor? Mine is 
squealing like a pig, and time I had it changed. I thought they were 
a bit expensive on www.delorean.com
>  
> Thanks
> Thomas
> Belfast




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