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I just purchased a 78 wagoneer with running 360 for a great price. It has what looks like a york lying on its side? I ask this because until i read a recent post I thought they were all upright. ??? Give me wisdom!

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It might be a York. They are a vertically orientated compressor but they can be mounted on their side also. In basic terms, they are really tal, long, whatever, and can be mounted either way. You probably have a york. I will try to give you a clickable page to look at for identification of the unkown blob in your engine bay.
www.jedi.com/obiwan/jeep/york_id.ht... [IMG]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/IMG]
 
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So it aint clickable. Oh well!
Good Luck

/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif 1976 CJ-7,CHEVY 350, 33'S, 3" LIFT, THAT COVERS MOST OF THE MAJOR STUFF /wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif
 

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every wagoneer Ive ever seen with a V8 and AC had a york, if its on teh upper left side of the engine, with the hoses towards the fender its a YORK

lots of Wags used the 10" stroke york also

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[remember......if you want to use that Yorkie for on-board air.....the intake port has to be the high one if it is laying on it's side. Incidentally.....the bolt pattern on the bracket allows you to flip the pump back to vertical if you want to. The stabilizer bracket to the intake will need a few monor changes/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif

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