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Old 01-24-2012, 04:02 PM
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Looking For Magic Air Defrost/Heater Controls

Im looking for the control unit that goes under the dash.One of my levers broke...any help would be great Thanks Mark
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Where on the lever did it break. Mine broke on the sheet metal section between the lever and the cable clamp and I was able to repair it.
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Mine broke the lever itself right before its fastened...Might havr to fab something up Mark
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COTF-18549-B (replaced B7C-18549-A) .. Heater Control Panel / Obsolete

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