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Old 08-23-2017, 09:01 PM   #1
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AC fan motor help

2000 Monaco Diplomat 38ft. with rear radiator. Side AC Condenser with a electric fan and plastic blades. 16" diameter 16 3/4 " wide with two bolts on each side for support. bolts are 8 " on center.
Does any one have a part number or where to find a replacement?
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If your dash A/C unit has vacuum controls , the condenser fan is probably an Evans /Tempcon item.

Evans Tempcon, Inc - Service Parts
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Thanks, Yes my dash has vacuum control units. with a Ford electric vacuum pump. The condenser unit is drives side rear with electric fan. It has no markings on it but "Made in USA" die cast housing with plastic fan blades, and plastic housing attachment.
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Thanks Skip for the link.
I have a 16 fan on the way here. I'll let you know how it works out. That link had lots of pictures of items that I have on my Monaco.
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Thanks Skip426
for your help. Recieved fan Monday and installed it. Fan pushed air out and it should work fine. I added a inline fuse for it. we are leaving this morning for a trip so we'll put it to a test. Thanks for your help. Lloyd T
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