<VV> Is this a high-volume heater fan motor?

EVERETT WILSON aircooled6 at prodigy.net
Sun Jun 24 20:09:50 EDT 2018

DOnt see any answers - but, YES, that is the high volume motor.   If someone siliconed it in place, that complicates things, as you've already discovered.  I dont have any helpful hints for that situation.  :(
If it isnt working, try running a hot wire from the battery right to it.   I had one that the rubber grommet that holds the power lug in place melted and that killed the motor.  Havent had another do that for quite some time, so may have just been a bad grommet.
Everett Wilson
North Richland Hills TX

      From: Ignacio Valdes via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
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 Subject: <VV> Is this a high-volume heater fan motor?
Hi,  So I went underneath undid the screws but it is very well adhered even
not coming off with a pry bar. I also spotted some blue stuff in the screw
holes so I wonder if it has already been replaced with a high-volume fan?
Does this look like a high-volume fan? It looks a lot like the new one. How
can I tell if this is already a high volume fan?

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