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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-20-2019, 11:16 PM Thread Starter
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86 GTV6 Internal Fan Switch

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Looking for a replacement fan switch, that just came off in my hand. I donít need the electrical switch, just the black plastic knob that turns the fan on/off. See photo with green switch. Got the A/C working, and now canít turn the fan on. Happy to take the A/C knob (blue switch) as well if someone has both.
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 12:14 AM
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Craig I think you had sent me an email in regards to this I should have both switches on a parts car I have, just don’t know how difficult it is to remove. I will check tomorrow let you know.
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That style knob just pulls straight off. The other GTV6 knob design has a tiny hidden set screw holding it on.

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Thanks Van, please let me know how you go.

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Thanks Van, please let me know how you go.
craig hi

Never used the aftermarket version. I do not have any clean oem ones
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So you have an aftermarket version? Do you have a photo?

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I'll check and see if I have some. I believe I do get back to you tomorrow.

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I have an original fan swith from an 84 used
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Thanks Van,

Do you have a photo, and a price?

My switch broke internally, and so won’t slide onto the pin to turn the fan on. Please check your one to make sure it’s unbroken inside.

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Thanks Van,

Do you have a photo, and a price?

My switch broke internally, and so won’t slide onto the pin to turn the fan on. Please check your one to make sure it’s unbroken inside.

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my is not broken I have few switches probably 150.00 difficult to pull out
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I'll look I Know I have 3 of them PM me It's FREE! Look around tomorrow, got too many parts.

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$150 is just silly. I could 3D print one for a fraction of that price. Thanks anyway Van.

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$150 is just silly. I could 3D print one for a fraction of that price. Thanks anyway Van.
150 is for the complete switch I have to almost pull out the complete dash to remove the switch. I can’t sell just a knob for 10.00. I would probably spend 10.00 in gas just get to the post office
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I know the OP doesn’t need the actual switch, but FWIW, the switch is extremely easy to remove and reinstall. On my 1985 GTV6, the squarish panel it sits on pops off. No dash disassembly required. The hardest thing about it is finding a replacement,
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If the square panel is pulled straight out you will likely snap off a couple of the four snap tangs that hold it in place. You may be better off just removing the knob, then removing the nut that fixes the control to the panel and pushing the switch inside the console. With a bent wire, you should be able to fish the switch out thru one of the large vents, with some care.
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