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Okay, before you guys or ladies jump on me for starting a new thread, I did search before this post. Could not locate a discussion concerning my issue. 

 

So, I have an a/c - heater in my 76 02. It does not work, no power, no nada when I move the switch. Can anyone who may have the time direct me on a chack list ( if ya will ) on what I can do to maybe narrow down the problem Thanks in advance....

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Most 76 o2's with AC will have a heater and a separate AC unit housed in the console.  Assuming you are asking about a console AC unit, did you check your fuses or for a separate fuse for the Ac unit?  Make sure you have power to the switch.  Try the simple things first

 

good luck

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You are being much too vague to receive any meaningful help. Try again.

 

Did it ever work? When did it stop? Are you talking about the /c blower or the heater fan blower? Is it a Behr a/c unit or...?

 

Have you looked at fuses? Can you hear/see the a/c compressor clutch actuate?

 

Etc....

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9 minutes ago, ray_ said:

You are being much to  vague to receive any meaningful help. Try again.

 

Did it ever work? When did it stop? Are you talking about the /c blower or the heater fan blower? Is it a Behr a/c unit or...?

 

Have you looked at fuses? Can you hear/see the a/c compressor clutch actuate?

 

Etc....

My bad, your right. So I bought it as is. No clue on what type of a/c it is. And I failed to mention that I have checked the fuses and they are good. Whenever I turn on the a/c or the heater there is nothing, as if it does not have power to either unit. 

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Well...

 

Post pics.

 

Prod the heater fan blade with a stick and see if it turns freely.

 

The wiring diagrams are on the site here, perhaps under technical articles. The behr a/c schematic is here somewhere also.  Go get your meter ;-)

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11 hours ago, ray_ said:

 

Post pics.

 

 

+1

 

A. Photo of A/C unit from inside the car, so we know what brand of A/C system you have. Lots of ‘02’s retain partial or even complete A/C systems that have not been operable for decades.

 

B. Photo of the right front corner of the engine compartment, so we can see if you even have a compressor and hoses in the car!

 

C. Photo of the knob you’re using to turn on the A/C.

 

D. Photo of the control you’re using to turn on the heater. Your description of the issue is so vague that I cannot tell if are actually operating the heater — by turning on the heater fan — or simply closing and opening the heater and defroster air valves, or the heater water valve.

 

Regards,

 

Steven

 

 

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