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Pulled A/C. Good to go? 92 Loyale

A/C airconditioning removal 92 loyale

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#1 Subarocket


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Posted 19 August 2013 - 02:34 PM

I pulled my A/C out of my 92 Loyale and installed matched belts. It seems from other threads that everything should be good to go but I wanted to double check that no other mods need to be done. I am about to do a long drive and wanted to be 100% sure so sorry for the repost if the answer is out there.


I also just finished doing (having) all the brakes (done)  :rolleyes:  so it hasn't really been driven since pulling the A/C.


That being said, I have most of the parts of an A/C system available to anyone in Vancouver, BC. The only part missing is the radiator but I'm sure it won't be hard to spot the homeless person walking around with it. :D

#2 MR_Loyale


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Posted 20 August 2013 - 12:20 AM

Well technically for the AC it is called a condenser, unless it is the one inside the car which is the evaporator. Without the radiator, your car would not run very long. But I am sure the homeless person didn't care. :P

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