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Anybody know where these parts are located?

Ryon40

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1998 Explorer Sport 4x4
Im headed to the junkyard tomorrow afternoon to pick up some parts so I can do the EATC mod and was wondering where these parts are located.

-Blend Door Actuator/Motor
-Fan Speed Controller
-Interior Sensor
-Exterior Sensor
-Sunload Sensor

All I have is the 97 EATC wiring schematics and the unit itself I need to pick up the harnesses as well. As far as I know thats all I need if anyone knows please feel free to let me know if there is anything more, and if you could let me know where they are located.

Thanks!
 



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You BETTER do a writeup, otherwise im gonna have to beat you up!
Lol
I want that EATC so bad, idk call me weird but its like a night and day difference to me haha
 






You BETTER do a writeup, otherwise im gonna have to beat you up!
Lol
I want that EATC so bad, idk call me weird but its like a night and day difference to me haha

I am and it better get stickied so many people want to do it but there is no write up that Ive come across at least lol.

I agree with the difference my buddy has a limited and its just a ton nicer the temp stays instead of fluctuating also, call me crazy but feels colder! Which is good considering its like the middle of summer lol
 






I am and it better get stickied so many people want to do it but there is no write up that Ive come across at least lol.

I agree with the difference my buddy has a limited and its just a ton nicer the temp stays instead of fluctuating also, call me crazy but feels colder! Which is good considering its like the middle of summer lol

my new mountaineer has it, the old one didn't, doesn't feel any colder, but I do like it a lot.
 






my new mountaineer has it, the old one didn't, doesn't feel any colder, but I do like it a lot.

I guess its just because the temp isnt constantly rising and dropping just holding steady making it "feel" colder I guess :D
 


















Its not the fact that it feels or blows colder air out, its the fact that it KEEPS a steady temp, like a home air conditioning system, with the thermostat, you set a temp, and it keeps it that way....
 






Its not the fact that it feels or blows colder air out, its the fact that it KEEPS a steady temp, like a home air conditioning system, with the thermostat, you set a temp, and it keeps it that way....

Exactly what I was trying to say lol :salute:
 






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