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  1. JimKueneman

    Stock AC or Vintage Air?

    Keep the factory. It can blow as cold as an aftermarket. It is getting hard to find parts for these systems these days so I’d get the parts you need when you find them. There is no need to do anything special for R134. All the hype back in the day about 134 needing new hoses, etc never...
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    Best Radiator Company?

    GlenRay hands down.
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    Looking for the AC switch guru

    There was somebody on one of these boards that rebuilt AC switches and understood all the different variations can anybody remind me who that was thanks
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    Glen-ray Radiators

    Dinner and a few laughs with Bob and his buddies in Tombstone last night. Still awesome work.
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    Glen-ray Radiators

    @gtx6970 and I are having a beer with him in Tombstone Az tonight so I can pickup my Valiant project radiator.
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    heater core options for B body with factory air ????

    get it out and get it to him. Call and sweet talk him to get it done and bring it down next month. That box is just to much of a PIA box to go aftermarket in my opinion. Also that is the core I want in my cars.:)
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    heater core options for B body with factory air ????

    Talk to Bob next month. Many of the aftermarket’s don’t fit right. You can give it to him when we have lunch with him. And it will be cheaper and better.
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    A/C time delay relay?

    was in the text not diagram. The only reason to care about that relay (it not what you think of as a relay it is a pancake looking thing in the bottom of the box above the passengers feet) is if it was stuck closed and the AC clutch won’t disengage. Mine is open all the time so it was a don’t...
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    A/C time delay relay?

    the one I looked at back then did.
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    A/C time delay relay?

    there were 2 restrictors on 2 lines on my 68 Coronet
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    A/C time delay relay?

    you using the factory manual? I’m sure that info is in there with a vacuum diagram. MyMopar.com has pdfs of the manual
  12. JimKueneman

    A/C Hose Restoration 70 B-Body

    If you find them let us know! I have not found anyone who has the same ends and crimp pattern
  13. JimKueneman

    Vacuum Actuators

    As long as the seal is not ripped there are ways to make them work again. If it leaks too much around the shaft simply take a strand of wire and wrap it around the rubber six or eight times then twist it off and lock it down with some weatherstrip adhesive. The pressure of the wire wrapped...
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    Vacuum Actuators

    Tape the nipples and bead blast them. Will look and move like new.
  15. JimKueneman

    Should I be concerned?

    Driving in traffic is a LOT different today! My 318 with HD cooling factory can’t be driven in traffic and 100+ weather if I don’t want it over 200F. It will hit 220F. Turn the heater on and it drops to 190F. It is in the edge. This is a new OEM reproduction radiator from GlenRay. I have...
  16. JimKueneman

    Defroster Duct Connection to Vents

    :rolleyes::rolleyes: Don’t quit your day job while starting your comedy career.... don’t to have a block to bore or something? :rolleyes:
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    Defroster Duct Connection to Vents

    They are a son-of-a-beach... they are just a U clip but they have teeth on them so when they go on they are not coming off without spreading them.....
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    '69 Coronet AC/Heater Control Sliders Quit Working

    Yes there is a clip that just snaps on. The nipples can be brittle as well so be careful. Lied, took the entire thing out....
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    '69 Coronet AC/Heater Control Sliders Quit Working

    I do recall that I rolled the switch to 90 degrees and they all just rolled out of the sockets all at the same time.
  20. JimKueneman

    '69 Coronet AC/Heater Control Sliders Quit Working

    OER does make a reproduction these days. I don't know the quality of them.
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