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rherl



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RHD vs LHD Puma heater/AC Assembly
I cannot find the answer to this question anywhere. When I look at the puma heater/ac assemblies they look identical to me, but they will have a LHD or RHD sticker on them. What is the difference between the two units. I'm in the US and have built a couple of puma dashed trucks with the LHD heater assemblies which are much harder to come by than the RHD. Just wondering if I can use a RHD in a LHD build?
Post #972094 23rd Nov 2022 7:18am
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Co1



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United Kingdom 2013 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 HT Loire Blue
The inlet to the heater/AC box is handed. The handing plate could well be taken off and put on the other side. If you look at the pics half way down this thread you can just about make out the screw on blanking plate on the RHS (for my RHD vehicle).

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Post #972181 23rd Nov 2022 7:54pm
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rherl



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Perfect. I have a LHD unit sitting in my shop. Now that I know the difference I'll go have a look and see if it's as easy as it sounds. Thanks for the insight.
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