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Some Behr a/c blower motor info


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A friend let the smoke out of his Behr A/C  blower motor, so I was having a look for replacements.

 

Having a spare Behr console, I pulled the blower motor and looked at the part number and then started googling -- which didn't lead directly to much, but...

 

(The p/n on the Bosch motor is 0130068007)

 

But, an eBay search uncovered this motor, which looks rather exactly like the one in the 2002 Behr console, Bosch p/n 0130061012. Imagine that.

 

WWW.EBAY.COM

5 Series E28. 5 Series E12. The electrical connector has been cut but there is plenty of length for repair. The Bosch part number is 0130061012. This is a used original BMW part. ITEM: dmg'd AC blower motor.

 

Looks like BMW used it for a couple decades, more or less, including behind M10-powered E21s.

 

EDIT: I meant to list the BMW part number from the eBay ad, which of course can be cross-referenced in realoem.com

 

It's 64511377752.

 

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And due to an 0257 rabbit hole I followed, I think this motor should fit as well!

 

WWW.AUTOHAUSAZ.COM

Find Bosch Blower Motor; Motor Only SKU: 1012497-0130063013 0130063013 at discount prices in our extensive BMW auto parts catalog. AutohausAZ offers a large selection of Bosch parts online. 1 per car. Fits BMW 528i, 530i, 535i, M5, 320i, 635CSi, 528e, M6, 633CSi, 533i & more...

 

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Better get it before I do.😁

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Just now, 0257 said:

Better get it before I do.😁

You need the 24V one ;-)

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No no no, you need the 6v motor to solve the lack of air output, that baby will be turning at about 30,000 rpm.

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On 3/1/2024 at 6:19 PM, ray_ said:

And due to an 0257 rabbit hole I followed, I think this motor should fit as well!

 

WWW.AUTOHAUSAZ.COM

Find Bosch Blower Motor; Motor Only SKU: 1012497-0130063013 0130063013 at discount prices in our extensive BMW auto parts catalog. AutohausAZ offers a large selection of Bosch parts online. 1 per car. Fits BMW 528i, 530i, 535i, M5, 320i, 635CSi, 528e, M6, 633CSi, 533i & more...

 

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You may know from other posts that I’m trying to supercharge my Behr blower in the e12, which is anemic.  

 

So, farther down the rabbit hole: using Bing Copilot as my copilot, I have gathered that there may be an enhanced-performance Bosch blower motor that fits into the 64511377752 blower box (which appears to be the same Behr box used for both 02s and e12s).  The Bosch number is 0010063013. It uses the original fan wheels and is sold by among others Bimmerworld.image.thumb.png.c50d395da636f5053b6cabfa35de631b.png

 

I haven’t yet figured out how enhanced this is, whether it requires a different resistor, etc. Still pecking away at that. Anybody?

 

I also get that there are later iterations of the Behr box that use the same motor, including 64 11 1 354 618.  Those may have incorporated a hotter fan from the gecko.🐸

 

Would like to get this unit performing like the ICE unit in Zouave, which is chilling (if deafening).  Anyone with additional knowledge please add it?

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