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Microang
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Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by Microang » Mon Oct 29, 2018 2:09 pm

So my heater blower started making a horrible noise and it seems it's finished as the shaft is moving all over the place.

So I went online and found you can't get the Hella (BEHR) one anymore, but I found that on US ebay they list Bosch 0 130 063 013 as compatible and from the pictures it looks right and it's pretty inexpensive. However on the UK site people and parts sites list it as a part for a Ford Escort. Has anyone tried this before? Will it work? ](*,)
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Re: Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by Dmckim » Tue Nov 06, 2018 3:59 pm

I am not in Blighty, so can’t comment on the Ford Escort motor, but I did use the same Bosch motor when I replaced mine with no issues. Hardest part is getting the hamster wheels off the shafts without screwing them up.

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Re: Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by derrith » Tue Nov 06, 2018 5:59 pm

Suspend the motor over a pot with boiling water. One side of the blower cage dipping into the water at a time. I used two long chop sticks or kebab skewers. Warmed up the plastic enough that the cages were easily removed. Make sure to mark the depth they are installed on the shaft so you can replicate on the new motor or you will have them rubbing against the housing and making an awful racket.
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Microang
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Re: Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by Microang » Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:13 pm

Thanks, I have it all sorted now. Motor worked perfectly and found a guide on the benz forum with the boiling water trick. I recommend everyone uses these for replacement as it's worth a punt rather than wasting £250+ at the dealer for the same thing.
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Re: Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by rod635 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 3:13 pm

Hi, the motor in my 89 635 has dies, it is a Bosch 0130063012 , would anyone know if a 0130063013 motor will work, I found a used BEHR one but its bigger than the Bosch and won't fit.

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Re: Blower Replacement with Bosch

Post by matthewdesigns » Wed Jan 16, 2019 2:48 pm

rod635, that's the blower motor that I used in my car ('84 633) and it works great. Use the boiling water trick to get the fans off, and don't forget to mark their alignment prior to removal so everything stays balanced on re-assembly.

Link to my post on this motor: viewtopic.php?f=25&t=28930#p209099
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