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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-12-2001, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
 
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removing A/C

thinking about taking the stock A/C out of my zook... first off, it doesnt work... second off, it takes up too much space under my hood

what all does it take to do this? what all can i take off? im pissed off because my factory service manual does not have a section for the A/C... what the hell is that? anyhow, im just wanting to get rid of as much junk under there as possible. thanks for any input

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If the A/C is not still charged you can just remove everything related to the A/C.(compressor,condensor, dryer, wiring, fan, and hoses.) If still charged it would let ozone depleting gases into the air if you opened the lines.

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Re: removing A/C

but its not going to blow up when i start disconnecting lines, right?

the compressor isnt charged enough to work, but does that mean its empty?


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If you are not sure just take it to a shop they can remove all the gasses in the lines. Then just start disconnecting. I did that with mine didn't like the idea of letting all the gass into the air.

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Re: removing A/C

bring it to me i will take it off for nothing all i want is to keep the parts ! LOL

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