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Old 08-03-2018, 07:09 PM   #1
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BJ 2003 shades - removing heater and A/C controllers and replacing with SP20 unit

Hi guys;
Question reguarding the Astina Shades 1.8. I would like to install an SP20 A/C and heating unit.
Can this simply plug into the Shades unit..?
Sorry if this has already been posted before.

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Old 08-03-2018, 09:56 PM   #2
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From memory the 1.6/1.8 HVAC controls are cable operated, and the SP20 are electric.
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From memory the 1.6/1.8 HVAC controls are cable operated, and the SP20 are electric.
Ahh thank you sir, from your knowledge could this be installed with a little modification from cable to electrical...?

Reason Iím asking as I have a lot of interior and exterior parts lying around from my previous SP20 and figured I can place them into the 323.
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Ahh thank you sir, from your knowledge could this be installed with a little modification from cable to electrical...?

Reason Iím asking as I have a lot of interior and exterior parts lying around from my previous SP20 and figured I can place them into the 323.
Not sure, to be honest! Possibly someone has tried, maybe search the archives here.
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Old 19-03-2018, 10:17 PM   #5
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Nope, not unless you change the entire worring looms from an sp20 ove to the 1.8l.

I tried back a few years ago, when i was putting SP20 everything into my car, but it literally ment “EVERYTHING” !!

Engine loom, body loom, SP20 cluster.

And to get right down to the harder stuff, even the seatbelts, as SP20’s have airbag sensors on the seatbelt winder for some reason, (maybe they had side airbags in another country)

But to answer your question, NO.
Not unless your really good with wiring diagrams and you can make it work with out having to swap wngine harnesses.

Hardest part for me was not being able to fine a wiring diagram for the 1.8l astina/protege.

So i through it in the way to hard basket and just put the original looms
Back in, and never though of it again. As my car went way down a different path to what in had in mind back then.

But i ask WHY?? Do you want the SP20 stuff ???
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