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Re: Type 85 Cruise Control
My '88 has cruise. As to its detailed workings, I'll have to leave you in
suspense until next week sometime. My car is_still_at the shop (since
Midsummer) and I've got to go have a look next week sometime, possibly to
pick it up. The project got delayed for many reasons, the latest being my
decision to have the car completely painted. It seemed to make sense as it
was completely disassembled, the body sitting on a trolley waiting for
assembly. It should be out of the paint shop this weekend and on the road
by the end of next week at the earliest.
(soon) born again '88 Urquattro
From: Phil Payne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 20. marraskuuta 1998 03:34
Subject: Type 85 Cruise Control
>I've now seen four Type 85s (ur-quattros) with cruise control.
>In three cases, facing the front of the car, the system was installed
>within the engine bay and looping back towards the right - i.e., the left
>of the car in the direction of travel - in a LHD (Euro, North America)
>car, in front of the driver.
>I saw a different one today. It looks electrical rather than vacuum,
>and it's installed in the gutter between the firewall and the base
>of the windscreen. The actuator cable passes _through_ the firewall.
>Has anyone seen one of these? The answer could be significantly
>helpful to Bedfordshire Police.
> Phil Payne
> Phone: 0385 302803 Fax: 01536 723021
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