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I NEED THE WIRE THAT SNAPS ON TO THE HOT AND COLD SWITCH,IT IS LIKE A PULLEY SYSTEM WHEN U GO TO HOT TO COLD

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  • giosrt8 Sep 10, 2010

    ON THE AC/HEATER CONTROL PANEL.THERE R 3 SWITCHES
    1 FAN SPEED
    2HOT TO COLD
    3 SELECT HEAT ,AC DEFROST
    MY CAR WAS ALWAYS STUCK ON HEAT,I REMOVED THE PANEL AND U CLIPPED IT,WHEN I WAS ABLE TO SEE THE PROBLEM THER IS A WIRE THA COMES TRHOUGH THE FIRE WALL AND IS ENCASED IN A HARD INSULATION WITH TO WIRES,NOT CONDUCTIVE...THEY R LIKE A PULLEY,IF YOU PULL ON ONE SIDE OF THR WIRETHE OTHER ON MOVES..IF I PULL THEM BACK AND FORTH IT GOES FROM HOT TO COLD.THE WIRE WITH THE PULLEY GOES INTO A CLIP AND CLIPS ON TO HOT TO COLD.NEED TO FIND THIS PART

  • giosrt8 Sep 10, 2010

    WAS THAT ENOUGH INFO....

  • giosrt8 Sep 10, 2010

    DID U GET MY NEW COMMENTS

  • giosrt8 Sep 12, 2010

    i have a 94 camaro..the ac/heater control panel on the dash

    1 for the fan speed

    2 for the temp control..hot-cold

    3.select ac,heat,defrost,etc

    the hot to cold was always on stuck on hot.I unpluged everything from the panel,removed it and bought a new on.when i was installing it,clipping back all the wire harnesses i finaly noticed the problem.on the hot to cold switch there is a clip tha clips on to the back of the temp control.the part i need is the clip that goes on hot to cold switch is a length of black semi flexible casing..looks like a black wire that goes thrugh the fire wall.inside this {wire} is 2 side by side cables that move back and forth when you turn your temp

    right know i exposed some of the cable and you can pull on it back and forth and it changes the temp

    simply..it is a clip permanetly attached to that lenght of wire with the cable fully enclosed

  • giosrt8 Sep 13, 2010

    didi u get the rest of the info ,i really need an answer

  • giosrt8 Sep 20, 2010

    i have a 94 camaro..the ac/heater control panel on the dash
    1 for the fan speed
    2 for the temp control..hot-cold
    3.select ac,heat,defrost,etc
    the hot to cold was always on stuck on hot.I unpluged everything from the panel,removed it and bought a new on.when i was installing it,clipping back all the wire harnesses i finaly noticed the problem.on the hot to cold switch there is a clip tha clips on to the back of the temp control.the part i need is the clip that goes on hot to cold switch is a length of black semi flexible casing..looks like a black wire that goes thrugh the fire wall.inside this {wire} is 2 side by side cables that move back and forth when you turn your temp
    right know i exposed some of the cable and you can pull on it back and forth and it changes the temp
    simply..it is a clip permanetly attached to that lenght of wire with the cable fully enclosed

  • giosrt8 Sep 22, 2010

    ON THE AC/HEATER CONTROL PANEL.THERE R 3 SWITCHES 1 FAN SPEED 2HOT TO COLD 3 SELECT HEAT ,AC DEFROST MY CAR WAS ALWAYS STUCK ON HEAT,I REMOVED THE PANEL AND U CLIPPED IT,WHEN I WAS ABLE TO SEE THE PROBLEM THER IS A WIRE THA COMES TRHOUGH THE FIRE WALL AND IS ENCASED IN A HARD INSULATION WITH TO WIRES,NOT CONDUCTIVE...THEY R LIKE A PULLEY,IF YOU PULL ON ONE SIDE OF THR WIRETHE OTHER ON MOVES..IF I PULL THEM BACK AND FORTH IT GOES FROM HOT TO COLD.THE WIRE WITH THE PULLEY GOES INTO A CLIP AND CLIPS ON TO HOT TO COLD.NEED TO FIND THIS PART


    if u still want pics let me know

  • giosrt8 Sep 25, 2010

    did u get the pics.. my screen name was giosrt8@aol.com

  • giosrt8 Sep 27, 2010

    DID I GET THE PICS,I AM THE ONE WITH THE 1994 CAMARO.U ASKED FOR PICS,WHICH I SENT TO YOUR EMAIL. SUMMARY THE MIDDLE HOT TO COLD SWITH DOES NOT WORK,FROM THE PIC YOU WILL SEE A "WIRE" WITH 2 BROKEN CABLES IN IT,IF U PULL ON ONE SIDE OF THE CABLE THE OTHER SIDE MOVES,THIS CABLE IS SUPPOSED TO BE ON PIECE,ENCLOSED IN""HARD INSULATION.PART START OUT AS A CLIP ON TO THE BACK OF THE HOT TO COLD KNOB IN THE BACK AND THEN DISSAPIERS INTO THE FIRE WALL,IT LOOKS LIKE A ROUNDISH SQUARE THAT CLIPS ON TO THE BACK OF THE HOT TO COLD SWITH ATTACHED TO A LENGHT OF THAT HEAVY DUTY BLACK {WIRE] i am going to emai you again subject will be BLUE 94 CAMARO
    GOD BLESS

  • giosrt8 Sep 30, 2010

    i sent you the pics of the camaro,still waiting for answer

  • giosrt8 Oct 02, 2010

    i have a 94 camaro..the ac/heater control panel on the dash
    1 for the fan speed
    2 for the temp control..hot-cold
    3.select ac,heat,defrost,etc
    the hot to cold was always on stuck on hot.I unpluged everything from the panel,removed it and bought a new on.when i was installing it,clipping back all the wire harnesses i finaly noticed the problem.on the hot to cold switch there is a clip tha clips on to the back of the temp control.the part i need is the clip that goes on hot to cold switch is a length of black semi flexible casing..looks like a black wire that goes thrugh the fire wall.inside this {wire} is 2 side by side cables that move back and forth when you turn your temp
    right know i exposed some of the cable and you can pull on it back and forth and it changes the temp
    simply..it is a clip permanetly attached to that lenght of wire with the cable fully enclosed...simply put one side clips on the turn knob for temp ctrl. and then ther is that black insulation with 2 puleey cables in it,goes trough the fire wall

  • giosrt8 Oct 03, 2010

    i will call dealership tomorrowand let u know thanks you where the 3rd person who had an answer,even sent pics 2 one of them

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You need the blend door actuator cable. It seems like it's a dealer only item. I can't seem to find it available online at any retailers.

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All I get is your initial question. So you may have already explained. But can you tell me what you are needing. Maybe send me a picture to my email. vetteman3002@gmail.com

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Please clarify what it is u are working on here, be specific, based on what u have written so far I have zero idea what u are talking about.

Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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    yadayada Sep 13, 2010

    that should be the heater control valve under the hood in the heater core hoses that go through the firewall

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