Nissan Skyline is a line of compact cars originally produced by the Prince Motor Company starting in 1957 and later manufactured by Nissan after the two companies merged in 1966 Until now, the Nissan Skyline is available in a coupe or sedan, and distinctively rear brake lights round. Skyline R30 to R35 is the most popular car modification lovers from 1980 to up to now, especially with available features such as 6 cylinder engines, turbochargers, and a fantastic performance.

The following schematic shows the 1977 Nissan (Datsun) Skyline Model C210 series Heater System Wiring Diagram.

Nissan (Datsun) Skyline Model C210 Heater Wiring Diagram

The Heater System Wiring/Circuit system consists of battery, fusible link, ignition relay, fuse box, blower  motor, fan switch, and ignition switch.

The heater controls, consisting of two levers and one knob, are located in the middle portion of the instrument panel. There are the AIR lever which selects the air outlet, the TEMP lever which controls the temperature and the FAN switch knob which regulates air flow with the fan. Heater ducts for rear seat occupants are standard equipment on European and Australian models.

The outside air drawn in through the cowl top grille is directed through the air intake box to the heater unit by the fan. The heater unit includes an air mix door which controls the air temperature, and a ventilation of air flow. The intake door inside the intake box shuts out the outside air when the heater  is off.

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