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  • #31
    Thanks...I appreciate it.

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    • #32
      Anyone have part number for blower motor resistor ?

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      • #33
        No part number but I have a good used resistor if you need one.

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        • #34
          I believe this is where I got my new one but I went directly to Emberton and skipped Ebay.
          https://www.ebay.com/itm/Smiths-Heat...c-5c4cc7297a1f
          Jim
          Found it on Emberton's site.
          https://embertonimperial.com/en-us/p...ph-gt6-tr4-tr6
          64 88 2.5 NAD 2a What would I do with all my spare time if I didn't own a Rover?

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          • #35
            Awesome, thanks guys. Been using the upgraded blower motor for 5 plus years without a resistor. Dont do what I do. lol

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            • #36
              Just so I understand correctly. I can use the resistor from a smith blower motor on the uprated PM136 blower motor and i wont have a melt down?

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              • #37
                Originally posted by airbornrover View Post
                Just so I understand correctly. I can use the resistor from a smith blower motor on the uprated PM136 blower motor and i wont have a melt down?
                The maximum current draw of the NAPA blower motor is 20 amps, IIRC. That wire wound ceramic resistor should be able to able to handle it. Better if you can find the current specs to be sure.

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                • #38
                  Paul D fair enough. Just trying to tie up loose projects on my truck for the trip to Upstate New York.

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