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Hey I need some Tech Help..I have a 2007 Dodge Cummins SLT Big horn edition and im woundering if I could swap out the climate controls and upgrade to the Laramie Dual Climate controls. Any help or knowledge will help let me know???
Guys, I've been kicking this around for my 04.5 ever since the wife got her new Yukon Denali a few weeks back. Its got all of the bells and whistles and I feel outclassed! A colleague of mine works for the supplier of the HVAC unit for the DR platform. I'll check with him on Monday and see what is needed for the swap. I imagine it is the control panel AND the entire HVAC case downstream of the blower motor.
Alright, not sure if anyone is still watching this thread but below is what I have found out:
Parts needed for conversion to dual zone climate contorl:
- New passenger side HVAC case half
- New air mix doors
- Passenger servo's and levers/linkages
- New wire harness
- New CCP (climate control panel)
The only part I have called the dealer on is the CCP; $186 new, on backorder until March 2010.
Luckily for me, I'm getting the other parts through other channels. Michigan's economy blows, but everyone one knows someome who can get something for your ride, brand new, for free. Please don't ask if I can also get these parts for free for the rest of you.
With any luck, someone else interested in this conversion may be able to find this thru search. I'll try and follow up with pictures and a write-up when I do the swap.
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