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Old 09-18-2019, 11:54 AM   #1
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JDM Climate control

Hello All,


I was wondering if anyone has experience or knowledge on what it take to wire in a JDM climate control? I am thinking it can not be just wiring the pins, as north american or USDM gen5s have a physical cable that runs to heater core to control temps.


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Old 09-23-2019, 02:52 AM   #2
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from Russian sources, there is also a sale of a complete set


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It's just a matter of installing the extra sensors, motor (which replaces the cable), de-pinning the original dash harness and re-pinning it to the digi cc harness properly.


Everything is in Celsius not Fahrenheit, you need a complete kit (outside temp sensor/both inside temp sensors/and the motor that goes to the heater valve which name has slipped my mind/ blower motor transistor) Hardest part is mounting the motor in order to operate properly. It's been a few years since I installed mine, but managed to find all the info I needed and make my own pinout diagram within a few hours.
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It's just a matter of installing the extra sensors, motor (which replaces the cable), de-pinning the original dash harness and re-pinning it to the digi cc harness properly.


Everything is in Celsius not Fahrenheit, you need a complete kit (outside temp sensor/both inside temp sensors/and the motor that goes to the heater valve which name has slipped my mind/ blower motor transistor) Hardest part is mounting the motor in order to operate properly. It's been a few years since I installed mine, but managed to find all the info I needed and make my own pinout diagram within a few hours.

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