Is the heat-air controller in a 97 Olds Achieva electric or vacuum and where can you find a schematic?
On my 1994 achieva its vacume controlled i had to replace the line going to the controller. It was broken. It runs frin the top of your intake throttle body its a small line maybe 1/8 inch down to a vacume tank in lower front drivers side, from there it runs up the drivers side fender accrossed the firewall towards the top and into the passanger side through the firewall. It comes though behind the glove box and over to a vacume spliter behind the vent selecter. mine broke right at the vacume spliter. Word of advise use heavy stiff plastic vacume line to replace it anything less will colapse when vacume is applied. this solved my problem. the line is very easy to replace.
Does anyone know what operates the door to allow air to be tranfered to head mid range heatair in a 1977 corvettei know it is not the vacuum system because it operates the defroster but the mid range?
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You need an electric fence controller, first off. The purpose of an electric fence is to scare whatever touches it into staying away. If you try to make one by wiring it to mains power, you will just kill whatever touches it. You can get a controller at Tractor Supply Co. After procuring a controller, running an electric fence is a simple matter of stringing wire on insulated posts. You connect the controller to your…
Every Electrical Furnace run by Electrical Current. Without electricity we can't use any type electric furnace. Sometechnical knowledge must be required for maintenance of electric furnace. Spare parts availability like Heating elements/resistance wire, Thermostat/Temperature controller (maybe Digital or Blind controller, Contactor, Insulators etc.
Most likely speed controller. If mech the arm gets stuck. This also happens while in throttle. If electric you may need to reset it. Usually you will hear a faint beeping coming from it when holding down the throttle. If this doesn't fix . Buy new speed controller def electric. Don't waste your money, your car will be slot quicker w electric and way responsive and you'll stop losing it in the woods.
An electric car gets energy from the battery which is pre-charged whatever power supply you decide whether it be from your own renewable energy sources or from a utility company. The electric car has five basic units, Battery, Battery-Charger, Voltage Controller, Motor, and drive train. Wheels are driven by the drive train which gets its mechanical energy from the motor the motor in return gets its electrical power from the battery through the voltage-controller. The…
The controller is the "brains" of the e-bike or 3-trike. It's a metal box around the size of a pack of cigarettes with electrical lines running in and out of the box. The controller works similar to a central computer that "controls" all the electrical parts of the e-bike/trike when you activate different parts of the e-bike/trike.