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Re: 100E was a 1989 model only (i think)
At 10:54 PM 9/26/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I've seen two of them, driven only one. It was a 1989 model only, as far
>as I've seen. Automatic tranny, cloth seats, and most importantly....
>MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL! Yes! Three large dials like most cars. I hope
>the same is offered on the upcoming 1.8T A4s. And while I'm wish-listing,
>a button to turn the A/C compressor on or off at will would be nice too.
>And the ability to get fresh outside air to the feet, yeah, that's the
>automatic climate control (or lack thereof)
>and yes, my controller works as they designed it to
I don't mean to sound like a smart-a** here, but doesn't the auto climate
control already have a button to turn the compressor on and off? It's the
"Econ" button...at least the way mine works. "Auto" uses the compressor,
"Econ" turns it off and just uses the blower.
As screwy as these AC-Delco systems are, that is the one feature I wish I
had in my Corrado...auto climate controls. Especially in the mornings when
I have to keep adjusting the stupid temp. dial and the fan speed...switch to
bilevel, back to full vents when the sun shines in the windshield. At least
in the Audi it does all of that nonsense for me ;)
And believe it or not, here is another (are we the only two?) owner with a
fully functioning controller...
Chris King | '94 Corrado SLC (Sherry Red/Beige Leather)
email@example.com | '90 V8 Quattro (Black/Platinum Leather)
San Antonio, TX | '88 5000CS Turbo (Metallic Black/Gray Leather)