I need to know one more thing about the evaporator fan motor. I touched the fan blade on the evaporator fan motor and the motor started working again. The blade wasn't hung up on anything. It ran fine for about 48 hours, and stopped working again. Same thing happened again. I touched the blade, and the motor started turning again. Is the motor so tired, it sometimes can't turnover. It is noisier and seems to have quite a bit of vibration, which is transmitted thru the cover.
ANSWER Hello Roger,
If the motor isn't running and you can start it by spinning it with your finger, the motor 4389144 requires replacement. It's the bushing that has failed.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, June 15, 2012