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I'm going through the spare parts for our 1987 PT38. I have a fan motor and wondering if this same motor is used in the Lx or Lxi coaches?


Also have a transmission heat exchanger and wondering if it fits the Lx or Lxi?
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I'm going through the spare parts for our 1987 PT38. I have a fan motor and wondering if this same motor is used in the Lx or Lxi coaches?


Also have a transmission heat exchanger and wondering if it fits the Lx or Lxi?
Hi Curt. I have a 99 LXi and a spare fan motor. I don't believe they are the same however if you have a part # I can dig mine out and see if there is a number on it.
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Hi Curt. I have a 99 LXi and a spare fan motor. I don't believe they are the same however if you have a part # I can dig mine out and see if there is a number on it.

Number on fan motor is 163K1044. Thank You for checking.
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163K1044 is a pump, not a motor? Splined or tapered shaft?
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Curt not what I have. Here are a couple pics and the part number of mine.
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I have a whole thread about this in the PT section. With pictures.
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Which one of these does it look like? 163K1044 is a pump, not a motor, and should have a splined shaft, IIRC.



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Curt not what I have. Here are a couple pics and the part number of mine.
551101134140

Thank you , John. Appreciate you taking the time to take pix and respond.
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Which one of these does it look like? 163K1044 is a pump, not a motor, and should have a splined shaft, IIRC.



Fan motor. Pump has splines. Upper photo is what I have.
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Upper photo left is an LXI fan motor, the right is the same one all the PT's had in all 2-stroke coaches.
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