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climate control wire
darkwing7 Offline
Junior Member
#1
Hello, I have an 86 turbo coupe and there is a red wire with a brass metal washer on the end that comes from the climate control plug and I don't no where it goes or what it does. Thanks for any help. James
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Jeff K Offline
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#2
Is this a manual HVAC car or is it EATC? What climate control plug are you talking about? Electrical plug or vacuum line manifold plug?

A picture of the wire and its location may help us help you.
Jeff Korn

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darkwing7 Offline
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(04-03-2021, 07:33 PM)Jeff K Wrote: Is this a manual HVAC car or is it EATC?  What climate control plug are you talking about? Electrical plug or vacuum line manifold plug?

A picture of the wire and its location may help us help you.

it is the EATC not the manual. It is the left rear electrical plug, there is a red wire coming out of it with a brass loop on the end like it bolts to sommething, I can't give a picture because i wrapped tape on it and put it back together. i am still wondering what it does.
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BJL Offline
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#4
im pretty sure that wire with the brass eyelet is for making it go from Fahrenheit to Celsius. grounding it will make it read in fahenheit.
Brian J Larkin
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darkwing7 Offline
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#5
ok thank you
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