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Bypass the valve if thats what you want.
Bouchillon on mine
What are you working on? If you have the original heater core, have it rebuilt/tested/cleaned.
Umm, what are you working on, brother?
My car originally cam with A/C. So, I try to keep what it came with, just modernized it[ATTACH]
I'd source a new heater core, "newer" a/c compressor, gaskets from DMT, leave everything there. IMOP
None are being repopped that I know of. Have to look for used. I determined and came to conclusion that mine worked still by using a small...
yes, I used crushed walnuts because I didn't know if sand would hurt it or not, wanted to be cautious. It was literally not bad when all said and done
Kevin:Here is what I did. I put the outer case halves of mine in the bathtub, cleaned with soap and water first (after I gutted it). If that...
Just what Demonic said. I saw that at my local Lowes AND Home Depot
None that I know of. I thought Classic had a template for their systems? If not, then you might have to get creative
No problem. That's what we are on this forum for.
Those are heater hose nipples for the hoses. The cylindrical thing is where the factory A/C was. Looks like someone filled those in with epoxy...
KD, that's looking good!
On my car, I elected to run the lines to the drivers side. Only reason being there's sooo much stuff going on on the passenger side and didn't...
But Kern, how did the meat loaf turn out?Compressor looks good. We've all been through road blocks on our cars
Kern Dog- As you know thats what everyone has to deal with when we put parts and pieces on these old cars when they didnt come from the factory...
IMO I'd make bookmarks of vendors of parts so I know where to go when needed on my 'puter. Makes my life easy
It is a big heater box. Least youre making progress