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For the benefit of 944Hybrids users there are two search functions available for you to use.
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A/C and Heater options

Post  cfgioja on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:20 pm

So i have been doing some digging and a little research. I have realized that alot of the interior components are old and need redone to a certain degree. I figured the A/c and Heater box was not any different from the rest of that. If we are going to go custom why not go all the way. Installing a new a/c and heater system in the engine bay and hooking it to the old box still is running a chance of the system not working.

I found a couple options I have been eying and didnt know if anyone else thought about this yet.

a/c or a/c and heater setups.
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Some of these systems you can have electric switches instead of cable driven so you can mount your own panel and simplify the Porsche controller. I know brand new that thing cost close to 800.00 and used is about 200-500 depending on the seller and condition and there is no guarantee that it will work for long.

Just fishing for opinions really.

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Post  v8carreragts on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:10 am

There is also Vintage Air. They have the same type of stuff.

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Post  ALFAPU on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:38 am

Also, has their own brand of in-house heating systems. The Summit brand is a little cheaper than Vintage Air or any other heating systems I've found.

This is the same route I am planning to go with my build because the stock heater box weighs a ton, it has a bunch of redundant features and I've never had a heater that worked right in all the 944s I've owned. Here in Seattle we only need air conditioning for maybe two weeks every other year, and I pretty much only use defrost or floor heat in winter; I don't think I'll miss the factory heater box.

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