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Unread 11-09-2013, 12:22 PM   #1
kchadtho
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Heater box defroster/floor divert flap

A couple months ago, I pulled the heater box from my '83 CJ7 to replace the fan motor, fix cables, etc. I was inspired by a great post a while back on this forum.

Last night, I gathered all the parts back up and discovered the diverter flap that routes air to floorboard or defroster was no where to be found. Ugh!!!

Any chance someone out there has theirs apart and can provide enough dimensional data so that I can get one fabbed? It is a simple piece except for getting the lever shaft right.

Or maybe someone knows a source that already has the info to fab one??

Many thanks...

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