<VV> 65 AC fuses
sgeast at interlog.com
sgeast at interlog.com
Sun Jul 7 19:49:07 EDT 2019
Jim and Brian
Jim you are right the 1965 Assembly Manual page 1965-192 of the Clark's reprint shows "similar" wiring diagram as the 1966 shop manual (i.e. there is no relay or inline fuse), however in 66 there was the mercury switch added to the deck lid to cut off the clutch drive when the deck lid was raised. There is a revision note that the 65 Assy Manual diagram was redrawn & revised on 8-12-64.
Learned something new again, hope this helps you Brian.
From: Jim Becker <mr.jebecker at gmail.com>
Sent: July 7, 2019 3:21 PM
To: Stan East <sgeast at interlog.com>; VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org>; bmoneill at juno.com
Subject: Re: <VV> 65 AC fuses
Many years ago there was a VV discussion related to preservation of the A/C control switches that had become unobtainable. Midst of the discussion, I suggested adding a relay to protect the fan speed switch of other year models, in the same way as as was done on '65 models. Larry Claypool responded that there was no such relay on the '65 models. The diagram in the manual was not correct. My Corvairs with A/C have never included a '65 model. I just had the shop manual diagram to go by. So I took his word for it.
The in-line fuse is shown in the unswitched power feed to the relay. If Larry was correct that there was no relay there would be no need for an in-line fuse. You may be searching for a phantom.
From: Stan East via VirtualVairs
Sent: Sunday, July 07, 2019 12:57 PM
Subject: Re: 65 AC fuses
Go to the Specifications Section 11 last page of the 65 shop manual. It says
2 fuses: 1 inline and 1 in fuse box (both 15 amp). The wiring diagram on
page 15-38 shows the inline fuse coming of the relay through a 12 GA. Red
wire to the ignition switch.
BTW the 66 wiring for AC only has the 15 amp fuse in the fuse box because
the relay is no longer used see page 15-4.
From: "Brian" <bmoneill at juno.com>
To: VirtualVairs at corvair.org
Subject: <VV> AC Compressor Fusing
I'm terrible at reading wiring diagrams but I think the 1965 shop manual
shows a 20 amp in line fuse for the compressor. Am I right? And if so where
is it physically located? Many thanks.
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