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Old 09-25-2011, 08:31 PM   #1
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Today I replaced my blower motor that seized. Easy install. When I went to plug it in I noticed that the connector was melted. Figured the connector was a cheap part that anyone would carry. I was wrong. 4 parts stores and not one had it. Looked online and found a few places that had it online (AC Delco part PT189 or 12101917). Anyone know if there is an interchangeable connector at the parts stores?
Second where can I get a replacement for that little hose on the bottom of the motor. Mine isn't in the greatest of shape. I don't even know what its called to get one.
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Look at www.rockauto.com for that plug. I've picked up a plugs from them. For the hose perhaps you can just use generic hose form a autoparts store and make your own.
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I was gonna go with Rock Auto, but I need to finish this up before I go on my road trip. The little hose is flared on one end.
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I use two different size hoses to do that. I keep 3 different size generic hoses here and use them for just about everything.
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go to a junkyard cut the plug off another car cut yours off and splice the ''new'' one on
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Finally found a pick a part an hour away that had my car. All fixed!
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