Automotive Climate Control 116 Years of Progress

Automotive Climate Control 116 Years of Progress

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The evolution of automotive climate control systems is told in more than 500 pages including more than 600 pictures. The progress made in heaters, defrosters, air conditioners, ventilation systems and windshield wipers since 1897 is enormous. This book shows how the automobile manufacturers and suppliers have made driving an automobile safe and pleasant in any type of weather. The major changes that have occurred from the early use of lap robes and charcoal heaters to the modern, sophisticated, electronically controlled systems are fully documented in this book.--P. [4] of cover.It was an electric motor and fan system that blew ambient air onto the backlight. ... The two images in the August 1952 issue of Motor Trend show a window mounted ... need to remove the drive belt. ... For example, the 1954 Dodge service manual states that air conditioner air filters were added later in the model year.

Title:Automotive Climate Control 116 Years of Progress
Author: Gene D. Dickirson - 2012

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