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  • spacey369
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    Thank you very much. I will definitely have to look into that. For some reason it’s like it stopped leaking. But I think this weekend I wI’ll go ahead and look up how to remove it, my better half had rotator cuff surgery at the beginning of the month, so I know he will not be able to pull it out for me. I truly appreciate the information. Merry Christmas

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  • stude1964
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    I've sent out several valves to Joe Hudacek in WI. He advertises in Hemmings. 715-3926169.hudacekjj@ chartermi.net. Cost about $85 and quick turn around. He did a valve for my '81 Avanti that was really beaten up and it came back looking NOS.
    Rob in PA.

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  • spacey369
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    Thank you all very much. I really appreciate your help. My goal is to be there and hopefully driving my commander.

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  • Bud
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    Studebaker used Ranco heater control valves and the rebuild kits are available from NAPA. I rebuilt the valve in my 62 Hawk last year and if I remember correctly, the kit was around 10 bucks. The valves aren't hard to rebuild, but do take your time and be careful when doing it. Bud

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  • Colgate Studebaker
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    Good instructions above Tracy, just be very careful and patient. If you are uneasy doing the rebuild yourselves there is a guy in Wisconsin that does them. I don't have his info handy but a search should yield some results. Hope to see you at the January meeting in Savannah, Bill.

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  • bezhawk
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    https://studebaker-info.org/Tech/Ran...b/rancotb.html
    This should help

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  • spacey369
    started a topic Cool/Heat: Heater control valve

    Heater control valve

    My 1964 Commander heater control valve is leaking, does anyone know if they make a repair kit?
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