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Old June 19th, 2005, 01:53 AM
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Need 95 style AC pictures or instructions

What are you supposed to do with the original fuse box? what are you suposed to do with the AC fuse box? Are there spacers between the fuse box and where it bolts on to the bulkhead?

Help. Whatever dealer tech installed this thing in 95 should be shot.
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Old June 20th, 2005, 12:41 AM
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They were no fun to install. I believe there were spacers for the fuse box bracket. I seem to remember having to trim the fuse box cover. I think the A/c fuse panel went into the fuse box...but it's been a long time. I'll see if I saved any install instructions. I assume you are working with the Wynn's or White (I think) kit and not the Diavia? The 14CUX ecu is relocated to the side of the passenger footwell rather than under the evaporator, correct?
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Old June 20th, 2005, 12:12 PM
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Ron,
I checked, I don't have install instructions any more. I do have wiring diagrams. Based on what I see in the wiring diagrams, the early 1994 Diavia system used a separate fuse panel for the A/C which took power off of the alternator. Now that I think about it, I think we mounted those separate fuse/relay panels on the front of the heater box under the hood...don't drill too deep! The Diavia system had parcel shelf mounted A/C controls and the Evaporator case went over the 14CUX ECU. I recommend you move the ECU to the side of the passenger footwell as was done on the later Wynn's kits prior to mounting the evaporator...it will save a lot of pain later if (when) you need to access the ECU. Are the thumbscrews obsolete?
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Old June 20th, 2005, 02:20 PM
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I have the 95 system.

The fuse box for it is just hanging. The cover is cut. No spacers and the stock fuse box panel seems bent out (but I made it fit and it seems ok). Still need the thumb screw. what I really need is a pic of it properly installed.

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Old June 20th, 2005, 04:46 PM
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OK who need to know? Ron or Ron?
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There is some issue with one computer and for some reason it remembers me as ron peppard.

Why I dunno.
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I have the 95 system in my 94 and am near you. Let me know if you need to look at it in person.
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