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not sure if this is where this question should be...but i need to know how to wire a hot rod air 50-1000 system...we've had this system for a few years and have lost the manual ....
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Have you tried to call Hot Rod Air? Their web site is useless . They were at the Goodguys meet in Fort Worth last weekend, didn't see much interest in their products.

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tryed calling and there phones are disconnected...someone said they are in chapter 11 ..but someone has to have a manual somewhere????
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I am moving this to electrical. Someone does have the help for you, I noticed this coming up about 6 months ago. Also try a search. Dan
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June try this post, shoot the guy an email. here

My memory is shorter than my...nose, these days. I will ask my bud what he ended up with as far as a schematic goes also.
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thanks dan for your reply..not sure why but i cant email this person...
ive try searching for this for several week now with no luck...my husband
bought this hot rod air system several years ago, it could have been as much as
8 years...haha...and finally has got his car really for the AC...and can get it
hooked up...
thanks again...
june
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You might download a manual from the Vintage Air site, after all Hot Rod Air is knock off of Vintage Air. I might be of some help.

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not sure if this is where this question should be...but i need to know how to wire a hot rod air 50-1000 system...we've had this system for a few years and have lost the manual ....
thanks
june
I think hot rod air is in my 46, not sure I got the car with it already in , but I do have the wiring diagram, in fact I have the whole book. I'm going out there as soon as I finish my coffee as I slept in today, was on a two day cruise with forty cars in northern MN. So got home late, and it's hard on an old man.


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Ditto to what Vince said...

Hotrod Air and Vintage Air use the same electrical components. The wires may be different colors, but other than that the wiring is the same.

Maybe this diagram will help:
Vintage Air Vacuum Series Diagram

Good Luck....
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thanks ...will see if this helps...if not will be back...OK...
we have a 1941 mercury 4 dr...
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Ditto to what Vince said...

Hotrod Air and Vintage Air use the same electrical components. The wires may be different colors, but other than that the wiring is the same.

Maybe this diagram will help:
Vintage Air Vacuum Series Diagram

Good Luck....
That is the same diagram I have...

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Joe G are you in the F-100, and MSRA
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....Joe G are you in the F-100, and MSRA
I'm not a member the Twin Cities F-100 Club or the MSRA.

The '54 in my avatar is not mine, but it is the favorite hotrod I ever built. Last year I started a '55 F-100 but ended up selling it unfinished - now I get paid to build it, but it belongs to someone else.

I just posted some recent project pics in my project journal.

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