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Old 05-30-2013, 07:14 AM   #1
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dash heater blower bearings are done

We have a 2000 Class A Tiffin motor home. The dash heater blower bearing are done. Looking for were this heater is located to order new one. Any manual link would help, pictures etc.... Thanks
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Old 05-30-2013, 07:45 AM   #2
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Need more info - gas or diesel? what chassis? - Ford, Workhorse, Freightliner...
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And who or what is lola?
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And who or what is lola?
Lola = laugh out load again??? or Lola Livigne???
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On my coach, the blower motor is easily removed with just a few screws. It is on the front side of the firewall. I took the old one to the Advance Auto Parts store and they matched it to an 87 chevy van blower motor. An exact replacement. I think the price was $27.00.
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Turn it on and follow the noise?
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Manufacture is Tiffin Motorhome Inc. This is a diesel freightliner. Possibly build at McPhail of Harriston. Not sure if we have to find the blower from inside the motorhome dash, of do we acces it front the front of the motorhome!
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Even if you didn't know inside vs. outside, there's not a lot of real estate involved if you have to look in both places? Generally they're in plain sight. With all due respect, is the problem recognizing what the blower motor looks like?
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