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An Atlantic British Exclusive! With the unavailability of the genuine motor, we decided to develop this all-inclusive kit designed and engineered to replace your failed heater motor flawlessly. This motor replacement (recommended replacement at 150,000 miles) offers top-notch flow performance for your heating, with ample heat for frigid winter temps!
Parts included in Kit #8844:
Blower Wheel (already assembled to motor)
Gasket Kit Item #BTR3761
Mounting Bracket (has 10-24 x 1 screw, lock washer and 10-24 lock nut included)
3 - 10-24 Nylon Insert Lock Nuts
3 - #10 External Tooth Lock Washer
10 - 11" Cable Ties
2 - 1-1/2" Pieces of 3/8" Heat Shrinkable Tubing
2 Feet of Electrical Solder
3 - Pop Rivets Item #8662
Dash and Heater Box Removal - Tools Needed:
Electric Hand Drill
1/8 inch drill bit
3/16 inch drill bit
#2 Phillips Screwdriver
#1 Phillips Screwdriver
Flat blade screwdriver
Upholstery Tool for prying
10 mm deepwell socket
3/8 inch socket
9/16 inch 3/8 drive flex socket
Large diagonal cutters (for clipping the braces on the molded motor mount)
Small diagonal cutters
Snap ring tool
5/32 Allen Wrench
3/8 open end wrench
Grinder or Dremel Tool
Radio Removal Tool
Pop Rivet Tool
Estimated Time: 9 to 10 hours
Make sure you have a container to hold all of the hardware you will be removing
Move the front seats as far back as possible
Make sure you know the codes for the radio and disconnect the battery