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Heater Control Assembly

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by K5-Kowboy, Dec 28, 2000.

  1. K5-Kowboy

    K5-Kowboy Registered Member

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    Alright all - it's been a while, but I'm back at it again. My question for everyone is...is there anyone else out in the market that deals with items for the Blazer like LMC Truck does. What I'm looking for is the heater control assembly so I can complete my conversion in my 78 from no A/C to one with A/C. I have everything else lined up already, with the exception of the control panel. I've searched the local junkyards to with no luck. Any ideas on a source? Thanks.


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  2. Emmettology 101

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    I may be wrong, but I think you could use a control panel out of a lot of GM fullsizes, Like the vans and 2wd trucks and other things......... I will keep my eye out around here for one for you..

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  3. K5-Kowboy

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    Thanks Mike - I appreciate it. I'm in Norfolk, VA and there is not a great selection of junkyards and such here! Let me know.

    Ross

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  4. ftn96

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    Hey Kowboy, there used to be a decent junk yard out there in Chesapeake. Cant remember the name of it. It was right there on that 4 lane highway with all the trees in between the 2 sides and there was a small civy airfield on the right going away from NO F*ck. Sorry about the jots in my memory. Its been while since I've been over there.

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  5. K5-Kowboy

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    Well man - you still aren't missing much from here...still the same ole hell hole. Thanks..I'll make run out that way and take a look.

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