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Old 11-13-2001, 07:54 PM
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Thanks To All That Replied

Just wanted to Thank You All,

Everyone who posted on this topic kept me looking for a cure to cold feet in the morning. I appreciate all the help you provided. As I mentioned I now have heat and I did ohm every component out in the chain with a nice Simpson digital multimeter, present from the wife. At any rate the only weak link I could find is the outside ambiant temp sensor which may be dragging it's butt a bit with low readings according to outside temps. I think for good measure I will put it on my list of things to buy on my next partshop order. If you may be having the same problem, please don't over look the possibility that the temp wheel may be out of sync with the rest of the system. Of course it doesn't hurt to clean the thermistors off either, especially if they are still original. I'm impressed, 22 years old and still the original parts are still working within limits.


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