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Old 05-12-2003, 02:56   #1 (permalink)
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confused looking for schmatic for na + heat vacum schmatic

HI
dos someone have a scan of the heater vacum schmatic.
there is a connector behind the glovebox that has aprox 7 or 8 small vacum hoses but 2 are missing. (there is space for 2 more hoses.
1 on the bottom sucks air, and is currently plugged off
the heater vacum tap dosent open or close, there is no vacum to operate it.
i think these missing hoses will make the heater operate normally.
at the moment, no heat and only air blowing is through the dash window vent. there is no code showing to indercate the blender door malfunctiong.
somebody please help, as its getting colder everyday and i cant afford to but a manual (gota keep the local bottle shop going) :)
thanks in advance,
Ferret
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Old 05-12-2003, 03:52   #2 (permalink)
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will a digital camera pic be ok? sometimes theyre a little blured
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that will be fine, it will be better then none at all
my email addi is blue__DUCK40@hotmail.com

its probally easier to cut and paste the addi
thanks a lot, gavin
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Hope that helps.

The colours of the hoses from top to bottom are Tan, Blue, Green, Yellow, Turquoise, Red, Black and Black
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