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Old 06-16-2005, 01:12 AM   #51
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I wish it were bigger. Those sure look like wires. They go into the box and not to the side like on other boxes
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James is looking at the back of the ECC control head, not the HVAC programmer. There are only wires connected to the control head. There are colored vacuum lines (pictured above) and one large electrical and one small electrical connector going to the programmer.
James, you are not looking at the HAVC unit!
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My best Homer Simpson DOH !!!!! Stupid car... Be funny.
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I did get your pictures...
Step back 3 feet, slap your face, drink a glass of water and sit down......
YOU ARE LOOKING IN THE WRONG AREA OF THE DASH FOR THE HAVC!!!!!!!!!!
that is your problem, look under the passenger side compartment, 6-8" from the lower side panel and look up, it is there on a 97.
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Not sure where that is yet. Uhm I have took the glove compartment out. Passengers side?? inside the car? Look up and see what? wires or something?

ECC and Hvac are different things... My ECC doesnt have vacuum lines to it?

so lost now.
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So the thing that Randman sent a picture of is not the ECC or the airconditioner control unit that is over the radio?
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So the thing that Randman sent a picture of is not the ECC or the airconditioner control unit that is over the radio?
NO, look at this picture and look as far right as you can see. There is a bundle of wires there, it is right between the 2 bundles, just about there in that location just down a little.

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Id say I was off alot. So this is where all the vacuum lines go to. Sorry about that. I was looking at the wrong thing. How the heck do you get into this?
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Id say I was off alot. So this is where all the vacuum lines go to. Sorry about that. I was looking at the wrong thing. How the heck do you get into this?
I could see the vacuum lines on mine without removing it. What I saw was in the circle, do you see this anywhere under there?

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have you removed the covers under the dash to access this area yet?
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