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And for others in the future searching, from my response in another post here: That is simply a thermostatic switch. It is NC and opens circuit when it senses an incoming air temperature of 1°C and below to disconnect the AC compressor clutch. Just connect the two wires together that were originally in the connector to it and use it without that switch. You may have an issue with icing if you run without it in below freezing temperatures but it will have no effect on AC operation above freezing with the wires connected together and the switch out of the equation. As it is a Normally Closed switch that opens circuit at 1°C you're not going to find one meant for sensing coolant temperature that will work.
I've been glossing over my S1 and have been drawing up a list.
What would you refurb/replace on a car that has sat for over 9years?
The bodywork is shocking, but I'll be working on that.
Mechanically anything I should look into.
Hi for 1965 bentley T1 rear hydrolic suspension steel lines are rotten. Anyone knows what kind of pressures there involved and if cuper brake lines will be sufficient for new lines or they need to be changed to steel one's?
I have a 1977 Silver Shadow II and I've caused myself an issue. I was updating the alternator and while checking to see which wire ran generator light I bumped Alternator feed wire in to block. It blew something because now I have no power at the ignition switch, it won't start and no...
While I really quite like the paint colour of my car somebody some time in the past changed the colour from navy blue to the mid blue it is now. I'm leaning to the factory correct colour camp while not being a rivet counter! i do like things to be right, I possibly feel it would add to the...