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Thread: The definitive 'Late Corrado Heater Controls' thread

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    From what's already been said, it looks like a set of mk3 golf ones'd be worth investigating.

    B3 and B4 passats are getting a bit rare in breakers yards these days.

    Always worth whipping yours out and investigating the actual fault though, as a bit of creative bodging might sort it!

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    sadly when i bought mine it was knackered anyway, does'nt work on any setting cables very very stiff so will be paying the local scrapyard a visit soon lol
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    MK3 golf ones do NOT work. They are very close, but the mechs are backwards and not interchangeable.

    Plastic welding or liquid metal putty is the way forward.

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    Thanks for clearing that one could have been an interesting mistake lol.
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    Where has the chinese Chinese jetta dash link gone? Was it an updated look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffersmaher View Post
    Where has the chinese Chinese jetta dash link gone? Was it an updated look?
    The Chinese Jetta dash is LHD with the heater controls the other way round:-

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    Does anyone know how to get the illumination working again? Mine have been out for months!!
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    Does anyone have any knackered controls?

    I'm after the far left cog, the one where there are 2 Bowden cables going to it...

    Many thanks.

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    Mmm wonder if I could get the gear reproduced in billet alloy?
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIo3Y_p3SDE

    Does the travel seem normal on this guys?

    Trying determine why the second set of heater controls have given up again... Seems to go really stiff once everything is connected up, but all appears to move freely when disconnected from the controls?
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