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Speedy Squirrel Speedy Squirrel is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Detroit
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Referring to the diagrams is a great start. A 1987 model probably has the automatic heating system. Is this true in your case? It is identified by the rotary dial between the seats. You should also have the engine mounted blower, which you will of course remove, the footwell blowers (which you keep), and the front compartment blower (which you also keep). In addition you should have the temperature sensor in the dash. Was all this stuff working before the swap? If so, you are pretty much good to go for 1986-1989 Turbo. Just tell the Pelican phone order desk what you are doing, and they will hook you up with the heater hoses and the engine ducts that you need. Once you connect to the heater flapper valves everything is pretty much common between Carrera and Turbo for 1986 - 1989.
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