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Power window motor ID ?
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Are these Packard power window motors?
I found them with some other Packard parts.
Also are they the same as 59 older Chrysler pw motors?

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Posted on: 7/24 11:20
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Re: Power window motor ID ?
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Not Packard power window motors. They look more like a power seat motor with the exposed shaft that would fit into a rubber and metal coupler to connect to the linear actuators. They could also be blower motors but Packard only used 4 wire in pre 48 heaters and those had long wires contained in a loom.

In 55-6 Packard used 12v motors with built in gear reduction and exposed 6 tooth pinion for windows. Seat motors looked more like what you show. Both were two wire motors and similar in operation. Only one wire received voltage to determine direction directly fed by the switch and the case as ground.

If yours are 6v motors they might be for the optional 1954 4 way electric seat. I believe those motors were 4 wire and used relays to change direction. I think Ford might have used a similar motor.

Posted on: 7/24 11:55
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Re: Power window motor ID ?
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Power window motor

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Posted on: 7/24 13:51
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Re: Power window motor ID ?
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Thanks for replies.

Posted on: 7/24 23:29
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Re: Power window motor ID ?
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Has leads for two way rotation, so could be for power antennas, seats, windows, etc. Fans were usually driven from a rheostat/stepper instead of two wire(speed). They look similar size to the one on my cadillac's power antenna but wiring is different.
Can't make out the numbers in the photo, but could be run down to find out. There were only a few period small motor makers.
You can look on the wiring diagrams and look for a motor w/ orange/green/black wires.
As best as I can recall, that's not a period connector on the orange wire, it's "inline" type - much later and typical of trailers, RVs, etc.

Posted on: 7/25 20:15
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