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In the middle of my 69 Saab 96 restoration. Just tore the heater box apart and restored everything very nicely. The sliding valve (cable from interior) to adjust how much coolant goes through the heater core (i.e. regulating the heat in the cable) makes a lot of sense to me. Very straight forward. However there is a unique "copper wire" attached to the adjusting mechanism as well that goes back into the heater box (through rubber grommet) and suspended near the heater core. Apparently monitoring something. However effective? Or for that matter what is the "copper wire doing?"
Thanks in advance.
69 96, 90 900 Conv, 07 Combi Aero :)
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