There is no Cable it is a speed sensor on the transmission
Remove the radio/heater control module. Disconnect the temperature control cable at the base of the control assembly . It is on the center mound just to the right of the gas pedal. Take the heater control cable off of the back of the heater control module. Pull the temperature control cable off.
Neg=Ground, with nowhere for the charge to escape, then it will not complete the circuit
There is no temperature cable. The hvac outlet temperature is controlled with electric motors on airflow doors.
it,s under the dashboard behind the temperature control knob
Take it to the dealer. Be responsible.
Disconnect the negative battery cable and then remove the positive cableRemove the battery heat shieldRemove the battery hold-down clamp boltLift out battery
On my 97 mountaineer you cannot open the hood with the release inside the truck. Standing in front of the truck on the drivers side behind the grill the cable is located to pop the latch. Carefully pull out the bottom right side of the grill and you have to have a skinny arm reach in and pull downward on the cable itself this will pop the hood...
The throttle cable and shift cable on a 1984 40 HP Mercury outboard engine is installed by raising the access panel and locating the appropriate connectors. Each cable is then attached to the engine to control its speed and gearing.
Same answer as the 97 escort question.
On the hallway wall by the return air duct
Disconnect the negative battery cable.Using the Radio Removing Tool 415-001, pull out the integrated control panel.Label and disconnect the electrical connectors. If equipped with Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC), disconnect the in-car temperature sensor hose.Remove the integrated control panel.To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Auto Climate control? If so it is a self-diagnosisng component- you will have to get codes and sequence from library or dealer--normally a blend door problem If not auto climate--check temperature control cable to see if bound or broken
AnswerLow coolant?Bad thermostat?Temperature control cable not working?Have checked all of the above
The 1995 Aerostar control for the heat uses cables to move the control valves. Start by checking to see that the temperature sliding control is moving properly, and the cable is adjusting the valve for the coolant flow.
As soon as a battery cable is removed ( negative first ) the computer programming is disrupted . The vehicle will need to relearn its idle , the preset radio stations will need to be reset etc.
Check temperature control cable for binding.
Low refrigerant charge? Temperature control cable not adjusted properly?
If a cable insulation is described as RHW, you would be able to use the cable for what maximum temperature
If you are refering to the Hot/Cold knob on the inside of the car on the AC/Heater,,,,yes,,, that is the only knob operated by a cable the rest of them are either vacuum or electric
Easiest way is to disconnect the battery cable (negative) for a couple of minutes, then reconnect. This clears the computer. If everything is OK, Check Engine will stay off.
the whole cable or just the cable ends ??????????????
Temperature controls are no longer cable controlled - a small electric "actuator" module does the adjusting. In some ways, it's an easier fix...And I understand the actuator module is only about $20See "Related Questions" below for more on diagnosing / trouble-shooting temperature control problems.
The heater is controlled by the same panel as the fan switch. The temperature is controlled by a cable that moves an airflow control door inside the HVAC housing. There is no water control valve if that is what you are looking for.