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Old 01-30-2015, 08:18 AM   #1
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Mystery switch..making me crazy

2000 BB TC1000. On the driver's switch panel, bottom row, left to right:

Round AC blower 1, Round AC blower 2, mystery switch-pull type, round rear heater blower 1, round rear heater blower 2......I'll double check the order in a bit.

When I pull the switch I hear a faint fan sound in the dash area but cannot pin point it. The label is not readable.

Pics later when it's light out.....

Anyone have the same layout?

Arggggg!
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Old 01-30-2015, 02:55 PM   #2
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It's not for a booster pump for the coolant lines to the rear heater is it? (That seems like a likely thing to bundle in with the other switches ...)
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Old 01-30-2015, 05:31 PM   #3
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Hmm, makes sense!

The sw. labeled htr pump is the rear AC lo-hi temperature.. Perhaps the labels are switched. I could never read all the graphics, the camera sees them though!

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smash with big hammer?

need video tho' ;)
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Hmm, makes sense!

The sw. labeled htr pump is the rear AC lo-hi temperature.. Perhaps the labels are switched. I could never read all the graphics, the camera sees them though!

I had one where the label wasn't right too. But I love those icons on the switches! My next line of inquiry would be to trace the line to whatever it goes to, but then I wasn't worried of taking EVERYTHING apart ...
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