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Power flow air 1969 Gto

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Anyone out there have info on where to mount fan motor in the cowl 

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Are you talking about the interior fan motor - like for the vent, heater, and air conditioning?

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1 hour ago, Frosty said:

Are you talking about the interior fan motor - like for the vent, heater, and air conditioning?

No it was a rare option in Pontiac oldsmobile and buick fan motor went into cowl vents and pushed fresh air through upper and lower outside vents

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That is indeed a very rare option. I've never seen a complete set-up.  Does your '69 have this option? For the most part motor goes in via the interior cowl panels per service manual. But to me it looks like there's a lot more involved. Not sure if you have these sheets and/or if they will help; 1st page is from the parts book. 2nd page from the '69 service manual.35102580232_c4405b0bf4_k.jpg

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Cheers.

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Hi thanks for the pictures  I  removed this set up from a parts car in 1979 and now i'am putting them in my 69 Conv. That was so long ago that I forgot how they went in, I have two complete set ups

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Nice! I would love to see details/images during your install, so I can add them to my file on this option. Below is the sw cutout / templates spec sheet page from the service manual, It may be of use? 35127457212_002cd0d063_b.jpgJust for the heck of it, here is a pic from an article of the switch in what is said to be 1 of only 2 known 1970 GTO Judges to have documented PFV's.   A very rare/interesting little known option for sure.

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Best of luck with your install!

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Thanks for info still having hard time every time I mount them the kick panel will not fit hits top of panel

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