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Old 03-16-2017, 09:36 PM
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Looking for a Econoline, 61-64 (65-67 if their the same dimensions) heater delete plate/panel . no rust and all the studs still attached.
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Looking for a Econoline, 61-64 (65-67 if their the same dimensions) heater delete plate/panel. no rust and all the studs still attached.
No such thing as a heater delete plate.

There's a round hole in the dash for the heater temperature control cable that also includes the blower motor switch/**** (see 18578/18534 and etc. in pic) to poke thru.

If there's no heater, the hole was filled with a chrome plug.
 
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I hate to differ with you but there is such a plate.
You could order the Econoline without a heater and they used a plate that had studs attached that bolted to where the heater mounted to the floor.
This plate covers the hole in the floor where the heater assembly mounts.
Has nothing to do with the dash.
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Old 03-17-2017, 08:14 PM
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Looking for a Econoline, 61-64 (65-67 if their the same dimensions) heater delete plate/panel . no rust and all the studs still attached.
Where does it say anything here about a floor mounted plate?

You didn't order an Econoline without a heater, because they usually didn't come with one.

Heaters were an extra cost option or a dealer installed accessory thru 1966 for all trucks, Econolines and some Passenger Cars.

And there were two different Econoline heaters: Hot water recirculating or recirculating powered by gasoline.
 
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:12 AM
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heater delete plate

I'm sorry. I assumed a heater is what is on the floor board.
In 61-64, the heater controls were on the heater and not on the dash, so I realize there is no dash heater delete plate. .
I guess I should have stated a heater delete plate that replaces the heater assembly that attaches to the floor board.
Again, I'm sorry for any confusion,
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Pic: Assuming the heater is not gasoline, here's the hot water heater for 1961/63, same as 1964.
 
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Heaters were standard on all 1961-1967 Econolines. The 1961-1964 heaters mounted on the floor, the 1965-1967 heaters hung under the dash. You could get an extra heater to go in the back of the van.

The 1961-1964 Econolines could be ordered without a heater to save a few dollars. There was a "heater delete" plate that covered the hole in the floor.

Many vans that came without a heater , later installed a heater, and the heater delete plates went in the trash.

I have seen them come up for sale every now and then. Most folks will use a floor mat or carpet, so it really does not matter what the heater delete plate looks like.
 
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The "Cover Assembly - Heater Delete, Floor Opening" is part number C1UB 89018A08-A

The cover requires six 1/4"-20 self-threading nut/washer, which is part number 370546-S100

The gasket between the delete plate and the floor ("Seal - Heater Delete, Floor Opening Cover") is part number C1UB 8901810-A


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top of the plate
 
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heater delete plate

I know I've hit 70 but I was sure there was a heater delete plate.
Thanks for your info and pics.
If someone out there has one they want to sell, please keep me in mind.
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I know I've hit 70 but I was sure there was a heater delete plate.

Hmmm, a Baby Boomer, I'm a war baby: 9/9/1944.
 
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