Originally Posted by aosias
Not really, but anything is possible. I tried that and just ended up purchasing the new duct from George and selling the old one. The wiring is different and I was unable to locate accurate diagrams for it. I have a few posts about AC installation and questions pertaining to this. It's trying to mix a Wynn and Daivia system to accomplish what you want. I was trying to do it in reverse of your plan- newer blower with older fascia/switches.
Best bet is to move the current set of switches and install them either in the AC fascia where you want or mess with the center clock area. An upholstery shop could probably do something for less than the new fascia. But do you really want to cut up this set up or just start over? I think George still has the newer blower and fascia but they aren't cheap.
Thanks Alex, that sums up my situation nicely. I'd like to relocate the switches but I'm in your boat: I've not been able to find any wiring diagrams for my A/C controls. The switches have a number of leads going into them. The wiring also runs behind the dash and I'm pretty sure that I'd have to pull the whole dash apart to discover how it's routed. Then the wires would probably be too short and I'd have to splice everything, all just to add some hacked-up looking switches somewhere else.
Yeah, I think it's time for either a new blower and fascia or perhaps it's just time to remove the A/C entirely. I almost never use it and it takes up a lot of the passenger footwell. I'm really torn.