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Climate control

Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by ringfeder3, Dec 12, 2019.

  1. ringfeder3

    ringfeder3 Active Member

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    I was given a complete, original vr v6 Berlina as a parts donor for my v8 Calais. Best of all, it was free....

    Anyway, the car is complete and absolutely original. You could register it tomorrow.

    The Berlina has climate control which I have been told works. [I still have to check). The climate control in the Calais doesnt work.

    Is it feasible to think I could remove all the components from the Berlina and install them in the Calais? If so, what parts should I be taking?
     
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    deserthead Well-Known Member

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    Whats wrong with the climate control in the Calais? Have you diagnosed it at all?
     
  3. Trevor loves holden.

    Trevor loves holden. Well-Known Member

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    Just swap the face panel first if then it wont still work then it goes much deeper..
     
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    krusing Well-Known Member

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    There is a few problems with the Calais,
    is the that Vac hoses deteriorate for the climate control,
    so hence the actuators don't work sometimes,
    Some of the vac solenoids can fail, shouldn't be a hard fix, just need to suss it out.
     

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