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Old November 18th, 2008, 12:01 PM
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1983 RHD Heater Blower Switch Part Number

Can anybody out there with a parts catalog post the part number for a RHD '83 110 blower switch? Speaking of which, anybody know where I can get a parts catalog?

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Looks like UTP1126 for the right hand. Also looks like that part number supercedes to STC4848 which is the part number for 85 and newer.

I got mine on CD from EE.
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For the parts manuals you can get a dead tree format. google a bit to find the best price, but I have these and find them very useful

RTC 9863CE (110 up to August 1986)
STC9021CC (90/110/130 1987 to 2001+)
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Excellent, thanks very much!
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I have a bunch of RHD heater parts sitting in the garage. NO guarantees, but they're yours if you want 'em.
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I have a bunch of RHD heater parts sitting in the garage. NO guarantees, but they're yours if you want 'em.
Right on (so to speak), I'll take em! Shoot me an email with the details.

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