removing ac

removing ac

Postby Taffy25 [OP] » June 25th 2010, 8:25pm

well pulled the engine today and decided to get rid of the aircon, didnt get a very good look but it looks like the fan is part of the assembly, where is the heater matrix ?? is it mounted in the box in the passenger footwell?

Dont want to kill the matrix, but could do with knowing if i have to now before i go get my stuff tomorow so i can grab one out of the donor vehicle.

Thanks in advance, taffy.
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Re: removing ac

Postby chevy57bert » June 25th 2010, 8:35pm

yes there it is.. look where your water hoses go..
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Re: removing ac

Postby Taffy25 [OP] » June 25th 2010, 9:21pm

Cheers bert, yeah i had a quick look but had to leave fast so didnt get a chance to finish.
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