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Retrofit a Blower for an EA82?

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#1 fangster


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Posted 06 March 2007 - 07:37 PM

The blower in my EA82 does not do it for me. It doesn't appear to be blocked or anything. I have an '06 Holden Commodore (Australian GM car) and it has a blower in that causes a gale - which I do like.

Does anyone know of a car that I can retrofit a blower from - or even an aftermarket unit that would move the air quicker? Any help appreciated!

#2 psylosyfer


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Posted 26 March 2007 - 07:46 AM

Probalby has all the lube in the motor bearings long since dried out, take it apart and check, also check brushes for thickness while your at it if their almost gone replace them now to avoid pulling motor again sooner than youd like.

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