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Old 01-07-2013, 07:54 PM
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quick heat control question.

does anyone know the name of the in dash combination valve for the heat ac control? its behind the panel. i know what it is, just not what its called. the stupid thing has like a couple electric plugs and like 40 vac line nipples.
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Does anyone know the name of the in dash combination valve for the heat A/C control?

It's bolted to the backside of the A/C/Heater control panel and includes the "kicker" switch for the compressor.

I know what it is, just not what it's called. The stupid thing has a couple electric plugs and 9 or 11 vac line nipples.

When you slide the lever on the panel, the little charmer opens one damper door, closes another.
You forgot to mention what year/vehicle you have. Your "About Me" profile says 1976 Ranchero.

Is a Bosendorfer Concert Grand the same as a Baldwin Parlor Grand? No! / 1976: There are two different types of these puppies.

D5OZ-19B888-C .. A/C Vacuum Control Selector Valve Assy (Motorcraft YH-281) / Obsolete ~ 7 available NOS

1975/76 Torino/Ranchero/Thunderbird/Cougar with manual integral A/C / 1975/78 Mustang II with integral A/C / 1975/80 Granada/Monarch with manual integral A/C / 1978/80 Pinto/Bobcat with integral A/C.
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D5OZ-19B888-D .. A/C Vacuum Control Selector Valve Assy ~ Use with A.T.C. ~ Automatic Temperature Control (Motorcraft YH-82) / Obsolete ~ 22 available NOS

1975 Torino/Ranchero from production date 2/75 / 1976 Torino/Ranchero.

Pick the one you need and I'll list the sources/phone numbers.
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