I am 95% certain that it does work in 93's as well.
You get like 5 fan speed controls vs 3 for the Fleetwood.
I couldnt tell you an honest answer on the 93 model but you can control the air all over, I may go put the unit in now since the glue should have cured long enough, ill shoot a few pics
ok, 2 small issues, 1 the lights on the right side of the unit need to be replaced..doesnt bother me right now just its dark at night on that side.
2. since the roadmaster unit is shorter than the fleetwood, the factory FW brackets pull it up high and it leaves a gap below and the buttons close to the trim panel at the top. easy fix, tomorrow ill cut the line-up pins off, slot the mounting holes and drop it where i need it.
not a great video but i just done a quick run through, you can hear how loud the blower gets
fixed the gap so it looks good now
slotted the holes, also changed that light bulb so the other side lights up
removed the lineup pins
i straightened this after the pic but i put the panel on and adjust to where it filled the gap
no more gap
I took a spare trim piece (the one that runs from the right side of the dash to over the radio) from a junkyard car just in case mine broke when I went to replace my cassette only radio with a factory cd/cassette version. I haven't replaced the radio yet, but I noticed that when I took off the jy trim, it would not snap back on the jy car. It seems like the mount clips were a one time use part. Did you have the same experience when you did your heater switch upgrade? I even tried to pry the jy clips, but they just fell into the dash. Just wondering before I take the dash apart for the radio/heater control update.
ive taken that wood trim off many times, sometimes the green metal clip sticks in the dash, I just push it back on the trim and snap the panel back in, never had an issue
Fallen to page three?
im getting some packing peanuts friday so I can measure the airspace in the odd shaped box, other than that, nothing happening besides driving the car and spending too much money....also enjoying the buick CC unit
to get back some of my spending, i have some side work im trying to knockout fairly quickly. few interior pieces smoothed and painted for a friends girlfriend, then I have 4 cars lined up to install actuators on to lift/lower the trunk...a 91 fleetwood, 63 impala lowrider full show, and a newer model avalon and camry...on top of now every sunday the owner has me working on the new dealership and paying me tax free, not much but it something since gas keeps going up....come on powerball or mega millions
Hey Pimpin, you got anything on that pm I sent
heres some good news, I wasnt sure I could get 10-cubic foot out of the sub box I built and several people on audio forumn without even seeing the whole box, just the front installed in the car, had nothing but negative comments about just start over and your no where near 10cubic foot its impossible, ect, ect, ect...I shook the haters off...anyway Its not exact form of measurement but it gets very close by using packing peanuts for odd shape boxs...I got a bunch from my supply guy for a cool $0 and got to filling a 1cubic foot box, dump in and do it again....turns out that the box is roughly 10.10 almost 11cubic foot...now I have to figure sub and port displacement and figure a few things before I can build a port for it....
also borrowed a sprint palm phone thing to tune my Rockford fosgate sound processor...Ill get a few pics later. spent too much last night and drank too much so im being lazy right now