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Old 02-11-2010, 09:18 PM   #11
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Yo Todd.. he disconnect it. It'* all good.
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confused.
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LOL.. fixed it for you.

What he said was to test things, he unhooked the actuator and moved the heater box door arm by itself and it moved freely like it should. He then reattached the actuator before getting his hand back out. Actuator does not move by hand.
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nice Bill..hehehe

Ok sounds good to me!
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Thats it!!

Yesterday I flushed the heater core out, it was very clogged. After running hot water through
for a min. or so it broke lose. I reversed the flow of the flush several times and ran about 30 gals through
til it cleared up. The parts house only had one heater hose and to order the other. It should be in this AM and I'm headed to get it now. Update later.
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Heater hoses on and now have good heat but only out of the pass side like before. I wasn't suprised.
Now the task at hand is find that a/c programmer. I know that several ones have said thats its under the dash but for what ever reason mine is not there. I have traced the vac lines from the reostat (temp controll) the the clear connector that is under the dash as shown in first post. From there they go up behind the vent tube and end up somewhere in the center of the dash. I haven't found the exact location but I will.
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http://trialsnuts.com/ecc.pdf

scroll down and view the photos. pic 7 has the programmer....

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Ok guys this car doesn't have a A/C programmer. I have searched everywhere under the dash and more research on this forum. Read and reread trailnuts write up studied the pics and its just not there.
The connector that you see to the left is the only connector for the vac lines. From the connector they lead to the servos that move the vent doors. Everything works as it should execpt for the uneven temp from pass side to driver side. This car does not have the duel climate controll. Next I'm going to check the connections of the vac lines @ the servos themselves. What else could be the culprit??

I did check the condition of the vac lines @ the connector and they are good!

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See that'* cool.

You are asking where it'* located, I don't remember you saying you had the manual controls. We kinda assumed you didn't, because you were looking for the programmer.

If you bypass that plastic piece with small vac hoses as mentioned in the write up that may fix it. There are vacuum actuators that distribute the air from side to side etc. Most likely that'* the issue. Question is..bad vacuum dirverter or bad nipples?
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Do you have a diagram that will show me the distributor? The nipples are good as well as the lines (not collapsed). Your saying that manual heater controll should not have the programmer. Another option your saying would be to elimated that connector altogether?

What color vac line operates the air distributor???

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