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JFairman JFairman is offline
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The condensors are hooked up in series, so it seems to me you would want the high pressure discharge hose from the compressor to go to the LR fender condensor first and then on up to the big underbelly condensor, and then on to the front condensor.

Then the outlet of the front condensor would go to the inner wall receiver dryer portion of the procooler (top fittings) before going to the expansion valve inlet side of the evaporator.

The outlet hose connection (now low pressure/suction side) of the evaporator goes to the outer wall section of the pro cooler (side inlet connection) and the bottom connection of the pro cooler (outlet) goes to the large diameter suction hose that takes the refrigerant back to the low pressure or suction side of the compressor to start the cycle again.
The large suction hose is routed back to the compressor on the passenger side of the car origonally but with a pro cooler and hose kit from Rennaire it routes back to the rear of the car under the driver side rocker panel next to the thinner diameter high pressure line.

The large suction line then crosses over to the passenger side in front of the transaxle at the back of the floor pan and goes up to the motor compartment between the firewall bulkhead and shock tower cross member just ike the origonal suction line did.

Then again if you are having your own lines custom made you can have them made whatever length you want and route them wherever you want.
Old 04-21-2008, 09:09 AM
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