[DML] Re: A/C air volume / Blower motor
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[DML] Re: A/C air volume / Blower motor



 
 
Thanks again, Dave.
 
I went out and bought a proper matching blower motor from AutoZone.   It is a 
Siemens PM106 for a 1980 Chevy Monza and at $19.95 with a lifetime  warranty, 
seems like a bargain. It fits properly and the vent hole lines up  properly, 
spins in the right direction and maybe is a bit stronger than my old  one. 
 
Does anyone in a DeLorean have an A/C unit that in the hottest weather,  with 
the sun penetrating the windshield  can keep the passenger cool?
 
Dave Delman
D² & 6530

Re: A/C  air volume / Blower motor
Posted by: "David Teitelbaum"  jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx jtrealtywebspannet
Date: Sat Jul 8,  2006 5:51 pm (PDT)

You can be loosing air pressure in other ways. Make  sure the ductwork
inside both doors is connected and not leaking much. If  either or both
leak you will get little or no air out the vents. If you are  not using
the center vents you should plug the outlet so your cold air  isn't
lost under the dash. Your evaporator coil could be dirty,  blocking
air. It can be cleaned by taking the blower motor out and using  a
small hose with water. Flush the coil out and use a shop vac on  the
drain hose to pull the junk out so it doesn't clog the drain. You  may
not have the "correct" blower motor but if it fits and works it can  be
used. Check that the fan changes speed on each position of the fan  switch.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757






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