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    Heater Control Switch

    Id like to find a heater control switch for my 69 handi van

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    I'm not a 2nd gen guy, but I think they might be the same as '62-64 Nova



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    Quote Originally Posted by kookykrispy View Post
    I'm not a 2nd gen guy, but I think they might be the same as '62-64 Nova
    The 2nd gen switch is incorporated into the cable for the heater control- twist for fan speed, pull for heat.

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    Pretty sure that's how the early Novas were too. But like I said, I don't own second gens, so someone else should double check this



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    The 2nd gen switch is incorporated into the cable for the heater control- twist for fan speed, pull for heat.

    Thats the one I need. I'll take it.

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    If it were mine, I would send it. It's on eBay for entirely too much money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    If it were mine, I would send it. It's on eBay for entirely too much money.

    Thanks anyway

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    whats wrong with yours?? cable ,or switch??
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAVAGE View Post
    whats wrong with yours?? cable ,or switch??
    It's the switch

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    Quote Originally Posted by mercomet View Post
    Id like to find a heater control switch for my 69 handi van
    Do you just want the one that turns the fanon or do you want all three?
    I have a van I'm stripping. I do not know if the switches work or not and I am not sure how soon I can take them off the vehicle.
    If you want them let me know & I'll put it on my list

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