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post #1 of 10 Old 01-25-2014, 06:27 AM Thread Starter
 
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Air conditioning unit repair

Request contents of the original "Do not hose connection function of the heater unit has been disconnected. Air conditioning control unit is also not functioning. Want to repair their functions"
When I research decomposition, air conditioning unit case has collapsed. Outside air intake flap is broken.
Case collapsed to regain the form of the original reinforcement and bonding.
Cut the plastic shaft that was broken, the flap was restored to function in a metal pedestal mounting screws and new.
Heater core can be reproduced by replacing parts.
The control unit unplayable corrode the cooling water leaking from the heater core. Correspondence with a used unit exchange.










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Were repaired using the glass fiber cloth and adhesive by collecting debris collapsed.
Part debris is not found buried the gap by filling the urethane foam.
Urethane foam also serves as reinforcement.



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Thanks for posting, do you have any questions for the forum? Are you working from your home garage?
I would also like to remind you about the electrical relay - when you have refitted everything , if you get intermittent on/off air conditioning, replace the relay.
Also check the pressure switch is working OK.
Good luck,
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Thanks for posting, do you have any questions for the forum? Are you working from your home garage?
I would also like to remind you about the electrical relay - when you have refitted everything , if you get intermittent on/off air conditioning, replace the relay.
Also check the pressure switch is working OK.
Good luck,
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I work on my parking space.
thanks about relay.
I check that.
Failure of the heater valve also found anew.
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I have replaced the hose of the engine center.
I also replace the O-ring of the water pump and thermostat.
How to install the thermostat is wrong. O-ring is not attached.
Service personnel of the former, are cheat "stop leak" in the (water leak repair agent) water leaks that are caused by the lack of O-ring.
I can not understand. Service personnel or previous use this repair method I.






Replace the hose, and assembled all. I washed it with a cleaner.



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Dear Akai Akuma,
I see you have moved on to the coolant hoses and thermostat so you are progressing well.
Yes, there should be an O-ring under the thermostat, maybe the old one dried up ? Yes put a new O-ring back in. You may also need some sealant too, I had some leaks with my new O-ring, it is too thin.
I see the intake gaskets will also need replacing.
You are doing the hoses under the intake manifold, good. Also please replace the rear left hose that comes from the heater into the heater manifold, this often fails too.
There are also 3 temperature sensors that you may wish to replace, the rear one is the most critical it controls the engine temperature.
Nice blue hoses,
Any oil leaks from the bottom corners of the cam covers? If so, replace the cam cover gaskets.
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Dear Akai Akuma,
I see you have moved on to the coolant hoses and thermostat so you are progressing well.
Yes, there should be an O-ring under the thermostat, maybe the old one dried up ? Yes put a new O-ring back in. You may also need some sealant too, I had some leaks with my new O-ring, it is too thin.
I see the intake gaskets will also need replacing.
You are doing the hoses under the intake manifold, good. Also please replace the rear left hose that comes from the heater into the heater manifold, this often fails too.
There are also 3 temperature sensors that you may wish to replace, the rear one is the most critical it controls the engine temperature.
Nice blue hoses,
Any oil leaks from the bottom corners of the cam covers? If so, replace the cam cover gaskets.
Ron
Thanks rmfurzeland
Was attached by replacing the 575 for the intake manifold gasket.
With the temperature sensor exchange requests from customers, we have proposed a simultaneous construction hose replace this.
The O-ring replacement of thermostat relationship with the water pump, and went to a precaution individuals who have not received proper maintenance because there are many cases where cooling water is leaking and not replaced at the same time as that occurs, the 456 has been living in Japan were.
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Dear Akai ,
Tip: Do you use Ricambi web site to see an exploded view of the parts, very useful e.g.
Ferrari 456GT Parts : Table 25 - WATER PUMP

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Dear Akai ,
Tip: Do you use Ricambi web site to see an exploded view of the parts, very useful e.g.
Ferrari 456GT Parts : Table 25 - WATER PUMP

Ron
I am using the site of eurosparers.
f settlement have an advantage if I order from Japan.
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And be consulted "takes a long time to start the engine" he said.
The owner believes the failure of the air flow meter.
I was nominated the exhaustion of the fuel pump.

I tried to take out the fuel pump.
Pump had been replaced with market goods. Hose is split.

It seems there is no knowledge of the hose to be used in the fuel tank to the person who has been replaced.
I have been using the wrong hose.



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