rear ac questions

rear ac questions

Postby markmitch [OP] » December 28th 2016, 1:19am

OK so all my lines are good except the one on top of the engine, I will worry about that last. My questions:
the rear duct that goes up to the ceiling and the ceiling duct itself they are very thin and would most likely lose its effectiveness due to this fact so my question is if I spray the insides with something to insulate it some would this help? Also can I use regular weather striping where I join the sections back together? And lastly: this question is about the whole system in a sense, The blower in the front stays on all the time unless unplugged or removal of fuse would this be the front switches? since they do not turn it off? Thanks in advance, Mark
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Re: rear ac questions

Postby AstroWill » December 29th 2016, 12:48pm

I wouldn't bother, it moves so much air through there that it doesn't matter.

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