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Username Post: 1965 Chevy c10 heater knob        (Topic#351449)
504chevy2 
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06-06-18 12:38 PM - Post#2736157    

I have a 1965 c10 with the heater switch that is cable driven. Just one cable. I’ve been looking for the last few weeks for a new knob for it which is missing. Does anyone know where I can get it I see that everyone sells the 3 knob set up knobs, but not just the signal cable driven one.

I have looked at new cables but they don’t come with a knob?

Thanks in advance



 
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persh 
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persh
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06-06-18 01:14 PM - Post#2736161    
    In response to 504chevy2

So, I'm a little confused. A new set of knobs is only 8 bucks and you'll have a couple of extras.

Is this what you heater controls look like?



This is for a truck with a deluxe heater. Do you have the standard heater that just has the single knob that pulls straight out like, say, a choke?

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persh 
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06-06-18 01:25 PM - Post#2736162    
    In response to persh

If you've got a standard heater, Maybe this knob would work.....????

Knob on ebay

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504chevy2 
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06-06-18 02:17 PM - Post#2736170    
    In response to persh

Yes it’s the single pull kind



 
persh 
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06-11-18 06:35 PM - Post#2736647    
    In response to 504chevy2

It looks like the standard heater knob, like you have, is held onto the shaft with a set screw. The wiper knob for our trucks is also held on with a set screw. It seems like a wipe knob might do the trick. Take your wipe knob off and try it....you just might get lucky!! Wiper knobs are easy to come by.

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