RV Heater Motors and Air Motors
Our inventory of HVAC and heater motors will help keep the appliances aboard your boat or RV operating reliably and at top performance. From heating motors to air motors, there is an option for nearly any boat or RV HVAC application. Not sure which HVAC motor is right for you? Our helpful staff can assist with any item in our extensive HVAC parts selection.
Shop for HVAC Motors, Heater Motors and So Much More
At Boat & RV, we have curated a quality selection of heating motors, air motors and direct drive blower motor products to choose from. Our unparalleled offering includes products from trusted brands like Packard, DC Thermal and more. We want to make finding the right blower motor a simple and seamless process. So, reach out today and let one of our experts help you find the right replacement RV AC fan motor or furnace blower motor for your needs.
Learn More About RV HVAC and Heating Motors
No one wants to be on a camping trip or out on the open water when their furnace or air conditioner conks out. That's why at Boat & RV Accessories, we offer an incredible selection of HVAC motors and heating motors. Don't wait for your HVAC motor to go bad. Replace it today with the help of Boat & RV. Check out our helpful Information Center or keep reading to learn more about your RV HVAC system and RV furnace, and how to know when it's time for a new blower motor.
What Is An RV HVAC System?
Just like in your home, an RV HVAC system stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. This includes all systems that go into your RV's climate control. Most RVs come standard with an air conditioner while many include a combination unit with both heat and AC.
How Do I Replace an HVAC Capacitor?
Determining the right HVAC capacitor can be tricky when there are several options available. To find the right replacement HVAC capacitors, start by matching the capacitor to the make and model of your air conditioner. If you decide to replace the capacitor yourself, make sure to power down the air conditioner before starting any fixes. Even with the air conditioner turned off, the HVAC fan capacitors still have energy stored inside. Be sure to discharge it to prevent any accidents. If you don't feel comfortable replacing the HVAC capacitor yourself, there are plenty of professionals out there with experience in HVAC repair.
What Causes HVAC and Heater Motors To Go Bad?
The breakdown of an RV HVAC motor or furnace blower motor can be the result of a wide range of issues, including electrical failure in the windings, failed bearings, high amp draw, old age and more. But by and large, the most common cause of an RV AC fan motor breakdown or furnace blower motor failure is dirt accumulation due to a lack of regular maintenance. Be sure to regularly repair and maintain your system on a yearly basis to keep it running right.