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Originally Posted by paulhills View Post
(i know its an old thread,. and its probably not known, but i'll ask anyway,)
does anyone know how to convert a uk2000 slider type controls to the climate control above?

i want to convert the slider controls and will get the parts from someone breaking an STI with climate control,. but i am not sure what bits i will need to buy,. is it just the heater matrix, control unit and a wiring pigtail? or does it require full wiring loom,. maybe other parts i have not thought of?

i am stripping my car back to a bare shell and relocating the fuse box (going for a clean engine bay look) so i don't mind if its alot of work,. but i just need to know what parts i will need to buy from an STI before i start the rebuilding of the wiring loom / interior etc.

thanks
If you have a lever unit you will need everything from the sti. The levers manually pull open and close the flaps to move the air from feet to vents to windscreen. You will need the actuators, motors, wiring and possibly the ducting, until you get yours and the sti apart and look you won't know. Good luck.
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