Re: [DMCForum] Mode switch
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Re: [DMCForum] Mode switch



Mike,

I eventually just had to use that diagram. It is somewhat intuitive,
just hard to figure out. Do you have a copy of it? If you post it here
I'll mark it up for you and show you which ones go where. I tried to
grab it off DMCH's site but it's not there anymore.

-Ryan

On 9/18/07, mike clemens <rmclemns@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Ryan,
>
>  Yep, I studied that diagram until my eyes crossed and
>  it was of no help.  I know which colors go to which
>  number on the switch, but to which actuator is what is
>  not clear.  The names of valves, from the manual, are
>  of little help, since their location on the actual
>  unit is what is important.
>
>  The problem with Josh's car is that when I got in
>  there to work on his radio, I found three of the five
>  vacuum lines were disconnected totally and one of the
>  lines was missing completely.  I'm sure I have the
>  'source and heater' lines done correctly and I'm 95%
>  sure I got the other three in the right place.  The
>  reason I was hoping for a better diagram or pictures
>  is that once I close everything up, I don't want to
>  have to go in there, ever again!!
>
>  Mike
>
>
>  --- Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>  > Mike,
>  >
>  > On 9/17/07, mike clemens <rmclemns@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  > >
>  > >  Now, a serious question----I've studied the
>  > manual,
>  > >  I've looked at all the diagrams, and I've traced
>  > every
>  > >  lead I can find----but I still cannot find a
>  > diagram
>  > >  that shows me how the Mode Switch connects to
>  > each
>  > >  individual valve.  I know the names of the
>  > >  connections, but I would like to know where the
>  > >  physical location is.  Does anyone have this
>  > >  handy???????  Pictures would be great!!
>  >
>  > I had to carefully look at the mode switch routing
>  > diagram to figure
>  > this out. I assume you've looked at that? My car
>  > came with the vacuum
>  > lines misconfigured and it took me seemingly forever
>  > to figure out how
>  > to re-route them properly. All I ever found was that
>  > diagram. I just
>  > tried to look it up on DMCH's site but, apparently,
>  > for no good reason
>  > whatsoever, their entire online parts catalog has
>  > been removed.
>  >
>  > -Ryan
>  >
>
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