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post #226 of 2765 Old 10-02-2011, 09:50 PM
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One of the things I've been trying to do is find a suitable replacement for the 1976 heater blower motor. I took measurements of the motor and started searching, and I think I hit the nail on the head.

The shaft diameter is 5/16", the shaft length is 1 1/4", the case length is 3" and the studs are 2 5/16" on center. What I found seems to be a dead ringer with part number GR-315 on http://www.heco.net but I couldn't get a price, so I googled GR-315 and found the part here for $26.95: http://www.apartswarehouse.com/ShowProduct.aspx?ID=478

Unless someone sees a flaw in my research, I'm going to order it, to replace my original motor. The blower wheel is still in perfect shape, so no need to replace that.

The alternative is to send the motor to its manufacturer, LN Electric Motors, Ltd., in North York, Ontario, and have them rewind it.
Fred, are you bypassing the Blazer blower motor upgrade?? How come?? I'm not on the same page!


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post #227 of 2765 Old 10-03-2011, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
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Fred, are you bypassing the Blazer blower motor upgrade?? How come?? I'm not on the same page!
Scott,

My understanding is that the Blazer blower motor upgrade won't work for the '76, since my motor is under the dash, inside the tub, not in the engine compartment. I need a motor that runs CCW, and I thought I read that the Blazer motor runs CW.

Am I incorrect in my research? Don't get me wrong, I'm all for having more heat, when I need it, and my part of Texas does get chilly in the winter.

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Fred,just a thought on the Blazer motor. I don't know if this would work, or if it would damage the motor, or even fit. That being said, if the motor was not grounded in any way to the Jeep, reversing the polarity of the DC motor would make it run in the opposite direction.
You could always pick one up, for the fitment, and maybe PM John Strenk (sp).
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Fred,just a thought on the Blazer motor. I don't know if this would work, or if it would damage the motor, or even fit. That being said, if the motor was not grounded in any way to the Jeep, reversing the polarity of the DC motor would make it run in the opposite direction.
You could always pick one up, for the fitment, and maybe PM John Strenk (sp).
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Yeah, I didn't even think about the fitment issue either....the Blazer motor would need some reworking. I remember trying to search on this topic some time ago, when the CJ was still together and couldn't find anything pertaining to the '76.

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Scott,

My understanding is that the Blazer blower motor upgrade won't work for the '76, since my motor is under the dash, inside the tub, not in the engine compartment. I need a motor that runs CCW, and I thought I read that the Blazer motor runs CW.

Am I incorrect in my research? Don't get me wrong, I'm all for having more heat, when I need it, and my part of Texas does get chilly in the winter.
Don't know, Fred! Outside of my Jeep years (79 and 85) I don't know much. You are probably correct about your research. I was "worried" that maybe you hadn't heard about that upgrade, so I was mentioning it. Sounds to me like you covered it.

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Fred,just a thought on the Blazer motor. I don't know if this would work, or if it would damage the motor, or even fit. That being said, if the motor was not grounded in any way to the Jeep, reversing the polarity of the DC motor would make it run in the opposite direction.
You could always pick one up, for the fitment, and maybe PM John Strenk (sp).
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Just a thought... you would, I think, have to flip the impeller, or it would draw air instead of push.

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Yes the blazer will not work without heavy modification..... You can however check this thread out...

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/76...pgrade-879772/

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Yes the blazer will not work without heavy modification..... You can however check this thread out...

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/76...pgrade-879772/
This is why I love you guys! I may have just killed two birds with one stone....I'll be able to use the 78-83 NOS underdash harness I bought off of eBay.

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Scott's post made me think, no the squirrel cage/impelled would not have to be flipped around, if the polarity is reversed on the motor. What I'm thinking about is the squirrel cage fitting the shaft of the new motor.
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Scott's post made me think, no the squirrel cage/impelled would not have to be flipped around, if the polarity is reversed on the motor. What I'm thinking about is the squirrel cage fitting the shaft of the new motor.
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As long as the shaft of the new motor is 5/16", it won't be an issue.

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As long as the shaft of the new motor is 5/16", it won't be an issue.
You could even use a bushing on the fan shaft if you need to as well Fred. The fan upgrade is a great thing to do.
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Subscribed Fred, when you get to the tub will you be notching the driver's side wheel well to be able to move the seat further back? Oh ya and I love the pics,
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Subscribed Fred, when you get to the tub will you be notching the driver's side wheel well to be able to move the seat further back? Oh ya and I love the pics,
Nope, leaving everything as it was, when it left the dealership in 1975. I'm 6'1", and I fit just fine in it, with the seat all the way back.

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I took the heater motor to an auto electric shop today and had the guy test it...spun like a top. He told me to leave it alone and simply oil it at the shaft. I got home and decided to restore it, so I got my drill out and hooked up a scuff pad to it and went to town...here are the results.

I'm going to have Office Max make me some stamps, so I can reproduce the dates and numbers on the Jeep. You'll notice the number 2 on the motor.
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I hope that the pics give someone else the info needed to do this, but it's pretty straight forward. Taking the old paint off was easy.
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post #240 of 2765 Old 10-06-2011, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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The finished product.

The 3M scuff pad and Duplicolor Gloss Black worked really well for this project. Very simple to do, and only took about an hour, including retaping the red and orange wires together.
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