Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Greater Puget Sound Area
Re: 1966 heater motor replacement
The brushes are mounted on the lower housing and do not come out with the back of the motor. You can lube the back bushing easily but the wires that run from motor through the rear cover limit what you can easily do to get the rest of the motor apart. Use a 50/50 mix of white grease and engine oil additive (Power-Punch, Hylton's Hyper-lube, etc.) mixed thoroughly to lube the bushing. Grease will dry out and cause problems in a year or so.
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