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DonkeyApple

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17,196 posts

54 months

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Wednesday 7th November 2012 quote quote all
Does anyone know where these were sourced from?

nawarne

2,083 posts

145 months

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Thursday 8th November 2012 quote quote all
Not 100% certain, but I believe the heater blower is Peugeot (106 or 206).

Think I saw this in GV's book come to think of it.
Nick

cwin

659 posts

104 months

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Thursday 8th November 2012 quote quote all
what part are you after, i may have one ?

DonkeyApple

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17,196 posts

54 months

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Thursday 8th November 2012 quote quote all
Thanks Chaps.

It's actually for another car. wink

I need to update a traditional and rather feeble system that uses mechanical levers to one that can be run/controlled by remote electronic switchgear.

I latched onto the T cars as the system they use is going to be relatively compact, which will be important, and is controlled electronically.

I assumed it came from a mass produced car so was wondering which car I needed to take a crowbar to in order to start experimenting. smile

Is the aircon built in like on some modern units or separate?

dvs_dave

3,994 posts

110 months

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Friday 9th November 2012 quote quote all
The major unit components like the blower, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, dryer, and heater matrix are likely shared with other vehicles, but rest of the system is bespoke TVR, including the electronics.
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