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Harrison Heater motor removal
#1412789 Sat Jun 05 2021 05:39 PM
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1950 Chevy 3100 216 3 Speed.
I need a little advice on how to remove the motor for my Harrison heater. I only see two nuts holding it in place. Those are off but the motor still feels secure in place.

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Current Project - 1950 3100 5 Window with a rebuilt 216 and 3 speed trans
Re: Harrison Heater motor removal
ChevyDarren #1412794 Sat Jun 05 2021 06:48 PM
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The two nuts/bolts are all that is holding it in. On mine the gasket was stuck to the housing and motor and made it feel like there was some other fastener holding it on. Use a plastic scraper to get in between the gasket and motor housing and it will pop right out.

Last edited by stlcardinalsguy; Sat Jun 05 2021 06:50 PM.

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