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Possible sticky? LOWEST prices paid for NEW blend motors?

2005 Views 13 Replies 7 Participants Last post by  BigMountainBigAir
I'm starting a post to find out the lowest price each of you have paid for a NEW set of blend door motors. Hey like many of us, I am always in the market for the cheapest prices on parts, and among other things like damper, track rod, drag links, and shocks that i need, i now have half my dash out and am considering buying a whole set of NEW motors.

Post the link as well if you can. We all use ebay, but I just cannot find them at a reasonable price. some clown at miami rovers wants $170 US for ONE motor, I laughed.

Anyway, let's get this party started.. I'm sure everyone on here would benefit from this post now or or in the future. If the price is in GBP, then it looks like we'd pay about a 62% penalty to get them from the UK based on the exchange rate, so if our good buddies across the pond and elsewhere add to this, we just need to do our little conversion. it really sucks that our dollar is so weak, because there are some good prices and lots of choices in the uk for parts. When i'm on ebay.co.uk and search for p38 parts, like 2200 come up, versus like 200 here in the states. Big bummer. :cry:
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Re: Possible sticky? LOWEST prices paid for NEW blend motors?

Be careful you match apples with apples when sourcing these things. The motors that come in the harness of three have potentiometers in them that feed back to the HVAC control. The singles are usually sold for the fresh air/recirc dampers and don't have the potentiometer in them. They will not function as blend motors in the harness of three.

I got a full set of three blend motors (a few years back) by searching e-bay by using slightly off description search entries (eg vent potentiometers). I found that set for $150.
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