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I have 2 1960 cars, a 2 door biscayne, a 4 door bel air. The 2 door has a blower motor protrudes out the fire wall. The 4 dr must have one elsewhere because there is no protusion and the blower does not seem to work. What is the difference between the two cars? Thanks friends
 

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I'm no help here.

Were they allowed to do the 'heater delete' in 1960 that I've heard referenced for mid-late 60's cars?
 

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Thanks Big Dave but the link says access denied and does not open. Are there two variations of the blower.maybe one inside car and one protruding through the firewall? I will look in the assembly manual I have
 

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There were two types of Heaters in '60. One is what I believe is the Deluxe and the other an Economy. If you believe you have the Economy, I may have some parts available.

What does your Heater Controls look like in comparison?

Is the one in question a 2-Lever?
 

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Thats interesting, I will have to check how many slide push levers their are on it, I thought there were 3 but not sure. The biscayne has a motor protruding thru the firewall, the bel air does not have one protruding and nothing happens when I push the levers down or up, thank you for your help.
 

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One will have 4 Levers, the other type 2.
 

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The Blower Motor is located under the Fender on that car.

You should be able to see it from an angle.
 

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Thats interesting, I will have to check how many slide push levers their are on it, I thought there were 3 but not sure. The biscayne has a motor protruding thru the firewall, the bel air does not have one protruding and nothing happens when I push the levers down or up, thank you for your help.
 
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