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Old 11-20-2013, 03:54 PM   #1
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Kwikee Series 32 Motor

I have read hours of posts and have ended up confused at the amount of conflicting info. Does anyone have recent information as to a good replacement for AM or Dorman?

PS: No non-series 32 replies please and no tips on how to rebuild. Thanks.
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:52 PM   #2
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I've hurd it's a power window motor have you taken it to a auto parts store.
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Check out Dorman 742-276 or Hollander 617-217L. I just purchased a used 98 Pace Arrow and this is the motor that the guy I purchased this motorhome from used. My control module was apparently bad also and he wired it direct with a toggle switch to operate it, works okay for me but just got watch that first step.

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Thanks. I was getting to narrow it down to the 214-1003 or 214-1001. Can't really tell the difference. Edit: Duh, one has pinion, one does not.
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Thanks. I was getting to narrow it down to the 214-1003 or 214-1001. Can't really tell the difference. Edit: Duh, one has pinion, one does not.
You're welcome. They were great to deal with two years ago when I bought one from them.
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