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Old 12-02-2009, 01:54 PM
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1964 Impala SS - Heater Blower Config Question

I'm replacing my heater blower on my 1964 Impala SS, is there a part that is supposed to cover the blower shaft that faces the interior (under dash), or is that just exposed? Thanks in advance...

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Do you mean, the fan drum part is hanging out in mid air by your feet?....No, there is a housing around it......
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There is nothing hanging, the heater motor is attached to the heater cover,
and the heater cover is mounted on the firewall with the heater motor shaft
pointed inward to the dash area.
Attached are a few pics to help describe the configuration.
After installing the heater blower and cover under the hood, the heater blower shaft with a small nut and washer (see pic) is exposed under the dash on the most right hand side of the passenger side on the inside of the air vent (see pic).

1. Is there something that attaches to that shaft with nut and washer?
2. Is the hole with the shaft left exposed/open?

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You are missing the fan...It is a drum shaped thing with fins on it.......usually made of white plastic

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You usually made of white plastic


Not on a 64 Impala, it was steel.

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Thank You Gentlemen!

I figured I was missing something! Thank you for your help, it's truly appreciated!
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