North American Turbocoupe Organization



So, of course I broke something while fixing something....
JDN2424 Offline
Junior Member
#1
While getting down to the valve cover I broke the heater switch thing on the heater line.....where am I supposed to find that? I checked everywhere. I have EATC and the ford part# is E5SZ-18D371-C and the Motorcraft# is YG 373 but I can't seem to locate it. And the village idiots at the Crap Boys don't even know what I'm talking about. If someone could please help that would be appricated, thanks.
1988 Turbo Coupe.....Rolling stock with a boost valve and VAC/Boost gauge.
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Pete D Offline
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#2
I found these at Rock Auto but I don't know if it is the right part. They didn't come up using the PN you supplied. I looked at a verbal description list of heater/AC parts to find these. I couldn't find anything at Fordparts.com with your PN.

ACDELCO Part # 1572855 More Info {#25733037}
Category: Blower Fan Sensor

$49.79 $0.00 $49.79
Add to Cart
ACDELCO Part # 1573084 More Info {#21996232}
Category: Blower Fan Sensor
* Non-stock item--shipping delayed up to 12 business days *

$79.79 $0.00 $79.79
Add to Cart
ACDELCO Part # 1573085 More Info {#21996233}
Category: Blower Fan Sensor
* Non-stock item--shipping delayed up to 12 business days *

$89.79 $0.00 $89.79
Add to Cart
Pete Dunham


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cnpowell Offline
Senior Member
#3
Try: www.varsityfordparts.com. They list the E5SZ-18D371-C part for $20.74. I'm not sure if they have it in stock or not.

I have ordered parts from them before and got great service.

Carl
Carl (cnpowell)
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JDN2424 Offline
Junior Member
#4
Thanks for the info....I can't belive it but I am having a hard time finding the breather filter for the valve cover. When I sold parts many moons ago I could find that thing without even looking up the part number....now I can't even find it on the shelves and once again I get the 3 heads look when I ask for it. But you know what...It's all part of the fun. Smile ~
1988 Turbo Coupe.....Rolling stock with a boost valve and VAC/Boost gauge.
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Pete D Offline
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#5
It long obsolete
Pete Dunham


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