[DML] Re: Suspect DMC Engineering -- Repaired
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[DML] Re: Suspect DMC Engineering -- Repaired

The tube is actually there to cool the motor with forced air from the 
blower. At that point it's outside/recirc air as it hasn't gone 
through the evaporator/heater core yet.  There isn't supposed to be 
any water up that high in the case. That would be a different 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@...> wrote:
> Just finished running my second evaporator drain hose to the outside
> world. Lubricated the lower blower motor bearings through the former
> drain access hole. Can't believe how quiet the blower motor is now! 
> only occasionally squealed, but it always was noisy. Is a quiet as a
> Lincoln now.
> I have not seen this issue addressed before. To me, filling the 
> blower motor bearings with condensed water is a ridiculous idea. No
> wonder DeLoreans go through blower motors so much more rapidly than
> normal cars. 
> That condensed water also drips all over the passenger's feet.
> I highly recommend adding this procedure to the traditional list of 
> Bill Robertson
> #5939


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