Date: 26 Aug 2002 21:07:54 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: dash/blower control


Someone who looks an awful lot like Grunff <grunffnopsam.com> wrote: > davehinznopsamcop.net wrote: >>>I was messing around with my dash and while trying to put it back together >>>the part the ataches to the blower, which is this foot long pole that turns >>>the blowers to like front, defrost, ect...but I must have unhooked it from >>>the dash way in there because its loose...is this hard to fix? >> >> >> Any particular year or model? > Well, it pretty much has to be a C900. I know 99s, NG900s, 9000s, 9^3s > and 9^5s don't use a rod (can't comment on 96s and older). And all C900s > used the same ba$t*** rod setup to control the heater valve. Well, I know them from the 93 to the C900, and figured it was either a 99 or a 900 also. Didn't know if they used them for the NG900 and on or not, sounds like you're saying not. > The answer is no, it's not hard to fix. Remove the speaker grille and > take a good look - you'll be able to see the heater valve which the end > of the rod goes on. The end of it's D-shaped so it can only go on one way, by the way. > The knob in question only controls the temperature, not direction etc. > If your direction control knob is loose, then you've broken the switch; > nothing to do with the rod. Also, if the rod came loose, there's a good chance that he may have pulled off that one pesky vacuum line (#39 if I remember right?) from the back of the vent direction control valve. Dave Hinz

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