Four Seasons offers line of brushless blower motors for light car and truck applications

Four Seasons is the flagship brand of Standard Motor Products - Temperature Control Division (SMPT).

Four Seasons now offers a line of aftermarket light car and truck brushless blower motors, developed and manufactured in North America, according to Ron Miller, director of marketing, SMP Temp Control Division.

“As a basic manufacturer of blower motors, our Unimotor facility has the ability to identify known O.E. flaws to engineer and manufacture a solution,” said Miller. “These capabilities provide an unrivaled unit with increased service life and durability over competitive lines.”

Features of the Four Seasons Brushless Blower Motors include:

• Custom Unimotor wheel design 

• Sensorless open-loop commutation 

• EMI suppression 

• Soft stall and hard stall protection 

• Over current limit protection 

• Soft start/stop acceleration 

• Hermetically sealed electronics 

• Integrated cooling

“As the leader in quality, coverage and service, our customers can count on Four Seasons to deliver the latest in motor technology to the aftermarket,” Miller said. 

For more information on Four Seasons, contact a local account sales manager or visit

About Four Seasons:

Four Seasons is the flagship brand of Standard Motor Products – Temperature Control Division (SMPT). As the largest remanufacturer in North America of mobile air conditioning compressors, SMPT manufacturers and distributes a comprehensive line of replacement climate control and engine cooling products for passenger cars, SUV’s, trucks, fleets and heavy duty. Standard Motor Products offers ignition, emission controls, wire and cable, electrical and fuel delivery components to the aftermarket. Visit for more information. 

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