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Can anyone ID this BLOWER MOTOR?

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    Posted: Sep/14/2021 at 4:42pm
Have some NOS blower motors. Carter brand with their part# 26-8534, and AMC part# 3217296. I know what the AMC part # is supposed to fit, but when compared to a Gremlin motor this supposedly fits, the vent hose hole is in a different location than original and wiring comes out the rear of the case and not the front like the original, so likely a wrong AMC part# on box. Parts book says for 72+ Gremlin, Hornet & Javelin, and 73+ Ambassador & Matador. From an JEEP/AMC parts warehouse and would be a pre-1981 part. Anyone know what models this fits if any? Maybe my parts book is partially wrong. Any help appreciated.



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I cant id it cuz im not in the know ..... BUT if you find it fits a 68 non ac javelin v8 .. im the guy who will buy it .. lol... My low speed is out almost all the time  and my high speed at start up sounds god awful for a few seconds or so .

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It's for an AC car, as it has the cooling tube hole.
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72 AMC Javelin SST - 401/727
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Dangit ! , A/c ... cuts me out !! lol 
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Originally posted by javtopgun javtopgun wrote:

I cant id it cuz im not in the know ..... BUT if you find it fits a 68 non ac javelin v8 .. im the guy who will buy it .. lol... My low speed is out almost all the time  and my high speed at start up sounds god awful for a few seconds or so .

Scott


Sounds like you may need a blower motor, but the "no low" setting may very well be the resistor.

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