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AC Removal

I have a 1985 911 and I want to remove the entire AC system. Compressor, condenser, evaporator, hoses etc.... Is there any ideas to make it easier or faster? Also, does any one have a layout of where all the parts and hoses are located? Any suggestions or tips would be greatly appreciated.


Old 10-12-2005, 12:15 PM
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The easy part obviously is the compressor and the engine lid condensor. Next you want to remove the front condensor, the crash bar in front of the condensor and the mesh guard. Don't forget the condensor blower in the trunk. Now the hard parts. The lines are a biitch. If you aren't going to reinstall the system, just cut the lines in convenient places and pull them out. The absolute hardest part is the equipment in the smuggler's box. A search on this board will explain how to remove it although I kept it in so I can use the fan.

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