I finally installed the solenoid you sent me. Unfortunately it is non
functional. After installing and seeing no change in in my heating issue, I
took it back out and tried to activate using 12 volts from my battery to the
connector posts on the solenoid and there was no response. It should pop the
valve up and down upon application of electricity. There was zero action. I
ended up getting another one locally and will be testing it later today.
I will gladly to pay for shipping and the trouble you went through to send me
the items. Just let me know the amount and where to send.
Thanks again for your effort,
Michael E. Esh
> On Feb 1, 2018, at 7:34 PM, Andrew Strasfogel <astrasfo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mine may not perform any better, but it sure as hell looks beautiful compared
> to the one you got. I had the same symptoms with my defective monovalve:
> heat at low speeds followed by increasing degrees of frigidity, depending on
> the ambient temperature.
>> On Feb 1, 2018 6:05 PM, "Michael Esh" <michael...@mac.com> wrote:
>> I just replaced the damaged mono valve on the car. The one I just took out
>> has a blue/green crusty substance all over the screen and any metal part.
>> This is new in the last week. This stuff was not there a week ago. What
>> would cause this? The only change was putting a valve in with poorly
>> soldered solenoid. I pulled it apart last week and ruined the connections.
>> The latest symptoms are good heat at below 2000 RPM’s but then heat would
>> cut out completely at any thing over 2000. Fan would stay on just heat out
>> the vents.
>> I’ll test out the new monovave assembly I received from Andrew tomorrow
>> Michael E. Esh
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