Re: Summer/Winter Wire on Fuse Box & Head Gasket
Well I did the head/intake/exhause gaskets, and found out I have a small crack in the head (after the fact) and since I don't have money for a new head I opted to try KW Block Sealer before calling the auto salvagers. The white steam stopped billowing out of the tail pipe and the radiator stopped bubbling over after the initial application. I ran one more can just for good measure, and it ran for 40 minutes without overheating. I have to wait 24 hours for it to dry before putting coolant in, but it looks promising.
On another note, I did find (with a lot of Googling) that the wire at the fuse box labeled winter/summer is for the windshield wipers. If the connector is in the 'Winter' position, the wipers will rest on the windshield to prevent the blades from getting stuck in ice. If the connector is in the 'Summer' position, the wipers will come to rest below the windshield line where they belong.