2005 W900L C15

DMiller

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This was the remains of the bunk heater when I accessed it, same fate as seat supports and seat belt anchors, anything steel inside the cab floor area had succumbed as anode to the aluminum structure.
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DMiller

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Parts to be in at KW after noon today, have acquired black bulk rubber floor mat from Fehr Cab Interior(Farm Tractor materials) out of IL for side compartments and a roll of foil backed 3/4" closed cell foam for around bunk HVAC from Design Engineering actually Under Hood insulation but should work well in this. Isolation solenoid valve should also be in today to finish install of A-coil. Photos later.
 

DMiller

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Box Populated for bunk HVAC, lid on and all in the sleeper parts to finish then the resistor stabs for the blower break free, that has to come out. As for insulation and floor mat in sleeper that is completed. Been awaiting Fiber Washers from Cat to check Protrusion that came today!! This weekend will be fast and furious. The wiper parts are slipping together SLOWLY, have one wellnut to change on a bracket and one in firewall to complete that, then the NEXT terd to hit the floor, the bottom floor of cab HVAC box fell off onto shop floor, just had to pick that rust scab a little hard and Blap, On the Floor!! That is ordered as a assembly and should be here Friday as well.
 

DMiller

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Trying to clean as I go as well, floor pan got cleaned but still need to do sidewalls inside bunk compartments and sections.
 

DMiller

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Been a while, made significant progress. Head is back on as is oil pan. Bunk heater blower and solenoid function is back as replaced the missing relay in the control panel. Got one of TWO know to exist remaining in the US relays and the other one sold Same Day. Ordered and received the Single Turbo kit, still have to order exch. replacement injectors to get to a runable mechanical state. Moved work table where in process of cleaning floor up to clear some space and to make work area more sustainable.

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