fireflyse wrote: ↑Tue Aug 03, 2021 6:29 pmI want to say that on the factory radio you had to go in behind the glove box area, or something like that and ready up behind the radio with a tiny ratcheting spammer and undo the nut in the back that holds it in. It’s been a long minute but I remember it being a little tricky and needing a small hand.
Fixed Breezy’s last issue with the air conditioning today. I so far I had to replace a compressor that couldn’t hold its lubricant and reconnect a relay the someone had left unplugged. It worked at that point but could not be shut off independently from the blower motor. Turn on the fan and the A/C came on. Today I was trying to get the radio out of Breezy (if anyone has hints I could use them) when I found the A/C switch wiring had been patched and rather badly. I had a spare and threw it in and it now works fully as designed. The seller told us at the time of sale that the A/C was working.
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