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oldskoul

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This is under my dash, the center above the tunnel,  Plastic contraption.   The A/C was taken out, is this thing part of the A/C?   Or is this where the heat comes out of? 

(two holes in the firewall lead to the engine)

 

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That would be your heater box.  If you are this far... scope creep suggests that you take it out and refurbish it and service/replace the fan.  It's a very fun project :wacko:

 

Ed

 

 

'69 Granada... long, long ago  

'71 Manila..such a great car

'67 Granada 2000CS...way cool

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Yeah cars came with a heater but no AC from factory. That is your heater box. It has coolant running through a radiator in there and a fan which then blows the air through the mini radiator to make hot air.

 

They often need refurbishment as the radiator can rust and leak coolant into your interior. Additionally the flaps and foam that seals up the box has most likely perished at this point. Might as well remove it and see how it looks.

1976 BMW 2002 Chamonix. My first love.

1972 BMW 2002tii Polaris. My new side piece.

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Oooh, fun! I just removed that 'contraption' this weekend. 1 banana job to remove. Refurb is another matter what with the rust, acorns and broken parts that are NLA!

These cars are fun!:wacko:

1974 2002 Tii-SOLD

1978 911SC Coupe

1988 Landcruiser

2020 M2 CS

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