On Mon, 25 Jun 2001 03:54:15 -0400, Duinhoven_Hans@emc.com wrote:
>I had to use a hacksaw in order to have the heater removed. The round shaped
>foam between the heater and the firewall makes this very sticky over the
as i suspected...
there is NO foam or anything between the heater and the firewall..
more over, there is no connection between the "air control knob" and the
and, i recall when i first looked at the car there was NO heater..
the guy said he would put one in before i picked it up..
i'm now thinking what he did was put in a leaking thing out of a parts car and
just barely got it partially hooked up..
shucks, reamed again..
(one should never buy an automobile he knows nothing about--but it sure LOOKS
well, the sun shines, i'll go for a drive (no heat, loud valve train noise, and
wheel shake...big deal--it LOOKS good)
DenverD - A Texan in Denmark
65B # GHN3L/33680; engine 18V581-H193
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