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Old 06-09-2011, 09:44 AM
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Hey All, Working on another RV. 1989 Fleetwood Pace Arrow. Need a drivers side power window motor. Motor ID as follows UNITED TECHNOLOGIES ELECTRO SYSTEMS E3 24 88(date code?) 4399620 M016 WM(part number?) 8956 000 252(serial number?)

After searching the net, it appears it is a MOPAR product. Some I have found for early Chryslers look similar. OEM part #'s are close to the 4399620 portion of the part number, but can't find a match.

Anybody got an idea what motor this is? I'm trying to find the exact original application(the vehicle that Fleetwood borrowed it from) so I can buy one through a parts store.

Any help is appreciated, can't believe I can't find this on the web. olnolan

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Maybe this will help, may take it local and see if I can find brushes and the thermal switch. Sure would like to replace it with new. Goggle kings welcome. Heres the photos:
Dam, photos are just oversize, I ain't going thru the hassle of resizing tonight, jambalaya on the stove. Try this later. Olnolan
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Trying it again;




Here with and without cable housing cover. Anybody got a clue what the original application is?
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How many motorhomes with power window problems do you see?
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Here is the people who supplied your motor. The WM indicates it's a wiper motor but thats not uncommon for using it as a window motor.
If your customer is named Peter and he live's in AZ, the window hasn't worked since at least 2009 of it's a common failure.
Have you tried smacking it with a hammer while applying power? Sometimes that will jar them loose.

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One, But its fixed now.
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Here is the people who supplied your motor. The WM indicates it's a wiper motor but thats not uncommon for using it as a window motor.
If your customer is named Peter and he live's in AZ, the window hasn't worked since at least 2009 of it's a common failure.
Have you tried smacking it with a hammer while applying power? Sometimes that will jar them loose.

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Haha, Thread is nearly two years old. I've fixed the window motor and sold it already. Just for information purposes, I repaired the existing window motor. The internal thermal switch was faulty. I bypassed the internal switch by soldering a jumper across it, then added an external thermal circuit breaker.

Nolan
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