Well, for now, I oiled the heater blower motor.
Well, for now, I oiled the heater blower motor. After removing the motor, I concluded the squeak was from the inaccessible rear bearing. In true Land Rover fashion, I drilled a small hole at the top of the dimple on the rear of the motor casing. This is where the rear bearing resides. Using a small straw provided by the oil source, I oiled the bearing. It is working as good as one can expect. In the event that it requires oiling in the future, this can be accomplished with a little finesse without removing the motor.
Ow, this also required a run down to the local hardware store to purchase some foam/spongy insulation strips to replace the rotten one sealing the blower box to the supply vent box.
This will do for now until I find a suitable replacement. All the replacements I have seen are negative body ground. This would require opening the replacement blower motor and cutting then tapping into the ground wire or insulating the motor body from the box and externally attaching a ground wire.
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