[DML] Re: Air conditioning switch problem
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[DML] Re: Air conditioning switch problem

It will probably take a rebuild of the mode switch. Not expensive and
not very time-consuming. A little difficult to access, that's all.
This should only be the LEAST of your problems! You really should
bring someone knowledgable on Deloreans in your area if at all
possible. Check the frame for rust. Check the fluid levels and color.
Examine the tires. Look at the wiring and fusebox. Take it for a ride
checking brakes, alignment, acceleration, handling, operation of all
controls. Inspect the sheet metal and glass. Try to get the service
history either from the owner or the shop it was serviced at.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Derek" <derek.grozio@xxxx> wrote:
> Hello list,
> I am going to look at a car for sale this weekend, and the owner said 
> that there is a problem with the air conditioning switch. He said when 
> it is pushed it sounds like a woosh behind the dash (vaccuum switch?) 
> but nothing happens. He said that he (not sure how) hooked the air 
> conditioning directly to the battery and it runs fine and blows cold 
> without any problems. Anyone have an idea what the issue could be? 
> Could it be as simple as a broken switch? Thanks.

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