|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 7.6 x 6.9 inches|
|Item model number||35334|
|Manufacturer Part Number||35334|
|OEM Part Number||35334|
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Four Seasons/Trumark 35334 Blower Motor with Wheel
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- Flanged vented CW blower motor with wheel
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However, this unit does not come with a ground tab. Make sure to save your old ground tab.
Also, you will need a wire brush or new self tapping screw that can cut into the new blower so it allows your ground tab to work properly. I had to take my dremel and grind off the surface the ground tab sat on and it worked fine.
Other than that you should be solid.
It is extremely difficult to get the old motor out and new motor in--- the screws on the upper portion of the motor's flange are frustrating to reach but definitely removable with a small (1/4" shaft) socket and a 7mm bit. The screws are the simpler part-- getting the motor to pull out from between the blower housing and the backside of the dash is very tricky, you really don't have enough room to remove it without really stressing the blower cage/fan.
Next, my truck had a ground clip screwed to it. This motor does have the proper hole where this ground clip belongs, but it has neither the screw or the ground clip. All you have to do is unscrew it from the old motor and transfer it to this one, piece of cake (7mm bit).
Finally, reinstalling this is the hardest part. The dash on my generation truck is very close to the motor housing, and I could not find any easy way to jam it up in there. My blower cage snapped in a few places on the outer rim, and I'm hoping that the blades don't suddenly come loose and jam up the motor. I managed to force mine back in, but with great frustration and difficulty.
If anyone knows of an easier way of getting this in, I'm all ears, but without removing the dashboard, I'm just not sure there is an easier way.
Oh, finally. The screw holes didn't line up on mine, but that's fine. Just shoot the screws into the plastic housing, making new holes. I didn't bother putting the screw way up top, because I didn't care to have to reach way up, put enough force on the socket wrench to start the screw into the hard plastic, because I only had enough room to ratchet the socket two clicks. It seals up just fine without that upper screw.
The factory harness has a 2 pin configuration but this motor only has one pin and does not come with an adapter.
If you decide to go with this option, be sure to ground the motor body or the motor will not work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exact fit for replacing the OEM fan on my Chevy Truck. Nice to have air and heat again! Great deal.Published 1 day ago by C.C.
Plugged right into my 95 k1500 and it works like a charm. Much quieter operation than I can ever remember from my other blower. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Seth Hernandez
Installation was easy enough....Motor is quiet.....Published 1 month ago by Mobile Automotive Repair Service
Fit perfect in a '96 c1500. Took about 10 minutes to take out the old one and install this one.Published 4 months ago by Joe