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  1. Hello. I have a 1969 Candy Red convertible I bought last week. The heater control seems to be stuck on defrost. So much so that a p.o. bent the heck out of the control lever. I have done a lot of searching but can't seem to find a solution to my problem. I have taken the dash apart and have straightened out the heater control arm. After removing the defrost and floor heating conduits I have exposed the heater box with the door that moves to change from defrost to floor heater. When the door is in the full defrost position it is very difficult to move back from there. It is not the cable as I have disconnected that and the door is still extremely difficult to move from the full defrost position. However, once is has started to move from there it seems to move ok. I have tried to clean the inside of the box as best I can but to no avail. Does anyone know of an easy fix for this? Do I have to replace the unit? (I am not really excited about that). Thanks for any info. Steve
  2. Hi All, I have a couple questions regarding my recently purchased 1969 Mach1. I decided to pull out the dash to make some wiring and heater repairs. While the dash is out I'm going to send the tach and clock into the Tachman. 1) I removed the white collar of speedo cable from the back of the speedometer. Strangley the center cable will not come out of the speedo. I assume this is not normal. Do I just pull it out with brute force or is there a trick? 2) The Tachman is going to repair my clock and tach. I think I'll also have him do the 3-wire conversion on the tach. I read his site and it looks like the work he does on speedos is just cosmetic. If the speedo looks good and works is there any reason to also send in the speedo? Thank you, John
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