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Old May 5th, 2012, 01:05 PM
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A/C Blower Needed for 1995 D90

All...In need of this Air Conditioning blower. Any help identifying which one this is?

I believe it's a Wynn but no markings...no where!

No parts number either...?

Thanks for any help identifying and locating replacement.

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Old August 23rd, 2014, 05:57 PM
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Did you find a replacement ?

I think mine is dead also.

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Old August 23rd, 2014, 10:33 PM
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Have you guys had any local electric motor shops take a look at them? You could probably have them rebuilt.
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I believe i have one.
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Old August 24th, 2014, 12:16 AM
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You might check this thread that I came across when my blower burned out:

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...highlight=wynn
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Old August 24th, 2014, 10:19 AM
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Have you guys had any local electric motor shops take a look at them? You could probably have them rebuilt.
That is going to be my first move.
I may also swap the steel balls on each shaft
side by bronze ones.

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Old August 24th, 2014, 10:23 AM
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That is going to be my first move. I may also swap the steel balls on each shaft side by bronze ones. Cheers
With my 93 blower motor (different from 94/95/97) it couldn't be rebuilt because there is no way to open and reseal. If there isn't blatant bolts and nuts enabling you to open then it's not able to be rebuilt.
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With my 93 blower motor (different from 94/95/97) it couldn't be rebuilt because there is no way to open and reseal. If there isn't blatant bolts and nuts enabling you to open then it's not able to be rebuilt.
It is sealed, no bolts and nuts, each end is pressed in, but you can grind
a little bit the lock to have it open. When you close it two very small weld
spot on each ear and you're done.

Third world systems :-))
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Old August 24th, 2014, 10:59 AM
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It is sealed, no bolts and nuts, each end is pressed in, but you can grind a little bit the lock to have it open. When you close it two very small weld spot on each ear and you're done. Third world systems :-))
Understand but the three places that saw mine wouldn't even attempt to open and Reseal - maybe to them not worth the effort.
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Understand but the three places that saw mine wouldn't even attempt to open and Reseal - maybe to them not worth the effort.
Probably. You can open it yourself, brushes assembly is easy to remove (2 small springs), open only one side (the one without the carbon brushes) then you can take out the core. You may have to sand clean the shafts in order to remove both steel balls.
I have a few broken wires on mine.

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I have used a universal replacement blower motor in the 1995 D90. Try This: https://omega-usa.com/AC-Part/26-14612.html

Napa offers about 50 different universal blower motors. You can always pull yours and match it up.

I also have a relatively complete HVAC system for a NAS110 here at the shop including the blower motor if anyone needs it.
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I have used a universal replacement blower motor in the 1995 D90. Try This: https://omega-usa.com/AC-Part/26-14612.html
That may work.

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Anybody have info for a 94 Davia system blower motor replacement?
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Did you find a replacement ?

I think mine is dead also.

Cheers
Yes...found it here...however, that one is also not long for the world. Squealing like a stuck pig, often stopping. mid-blow, with the aroma of burning plastic emanating from its "cage". I chalk it up to "typical Land Rover" feces and will be seeking a replacement soon.

Defender ownership is a true "love hate".

If you have not already torn apart your system...you can simply use a "stubby" phillips head screwdriver and wedge your hands underneath the A/C in the passenger footwell unit and identify the 6/8 screws to release the blower unit and determine what you need.

For all the trouble, I would suggest just buying the new one listed by Roadsiderob https://omega-usa.com/AC-Part/26-14612.html and rig it to work for you...just saying...
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I took my all A/C out, pull out the evaporator to clean it (resealing leakproof the box is always a pita), i'm making new copper bushings for the motor and rewiring the rotor, also a new speed selector resistance. I hope that will give me a couple of years of cold and quiet.

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