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MX83 '89-'90 to '91-'92 Climate Control

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Sharing some information when I rewired my climate control.




EWD for reference.



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The two connectors for climate control is H9 and H10. Connectors shown on the EWD is pictured facing the female side.



Here's the pin out to rearrange the pins to make '91-'92 climate control work on an '89-'90 chassis.



I used a small pick on the female side to detach the pins from the connector.



Label each wires/connectors accordingly for reference.

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Repin connectors from the list. Test climate control to confirm proper working condition. Clean up, rewrap wires and reassemble.

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And for of those who kept AC and wanted to go R134a.

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Thanks for reading... I hope it's understandable and helpful to some.

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Thanks for this man.

moderators should pin this.

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It'll take 3 years for this to make it to the second page. Pinning it seems unnecessary.

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