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It looks like one of my fan mo

It looks like one of my fan motors has bit the dust.

After opening it up it looks like an internal wire came in contact with the armature. So far no luck fixing it. Appears pretty burnt.

Does anyone know of a source for these motors. Would prefer the correct thing but any motor that would attach to the fan blade and bracket should do.

Anyone been through this before?

Drew
 
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Drew,

I've done the mot


Drew,

I've done the motors before but it's been so long ago I can't remember all the details. What is the brand name on the old motor & diameter?
 
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It's a Marelli. I'll

It's a Marelli. I'll have to get the measurements tonight but it's fairly fat, maybe 4- 5 inches with 3 ears.

I took the fan over to the local alternator shop. I think its toast but at least he can tell me what's shot. I'm guessing its the armature. Don't know if you can get something like this rewound or not.

Appreciate it.

Drew
 
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OK, just measured. Marelli 3.

OK, just measured. Marelli 3.25" diameter by 4" length 3 ear.
 
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OK Drew, I'll find you a c

OK Drew, I'll find you a compatible motor or a rewinder. On all the Daytonas I work on, I replaced the Aluminum Fan Blades with the Plastic Blades from 4V 308's, blows twice to three times the air with half the power needed (far less drag on the Alt & fan motor).

JRV
 
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