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My Simplicity 52" snow thrower motor has a rust problem. I tried everything to save the motor. Had it working alittle, but it finally guit. Anyone know of a place to get one. Spout Control Motor part #173346. It's a Delco motor, the only nunbers on it are 1697345 and below that 011-79. The snow finally got to the Mountains of Washington. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Wayne

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Wayne The power spout rotator motor is a GM power window motor from the late 70's early 80's from full size cars. You need one from the right side but either will work. SmilinSam just got one off from ebay for $20.00. When I was in the car business when I junked a car I would keep the power window motors for my blower.

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