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post #16 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-27-2009, 06:39 AM
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I simply did it because the AC system didn't work and once they stop working they usually take a lot of upkeep every year or replacing every single hose & seal to keep the things right. Plus, the amount of room it adds is crazy
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I simply did it because the AC system didn't work and once they stop working they usually take a lot of upkeep every year or replacing every single hose & seal to keep the things right. Plus, the amount of room it adds is crazy
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i cant w8 2 do it just 4 the room.... then i will b that much more not crazy.
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post #19 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ya so I just removed the condensor, that bottle thingy, and all the lines from the compressor. So now all I have left is the compressor. Im ordering the 1LE Ac delete pulley now, so how do i remove the compressor and put the pulley on?
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To take the condensor out, there should be 3 bolts. first you will need to take off the serpentine belt. then un bolt the a/c line bolted to the back of the compressor. Once you have that out, then take out the three bolts that mount the compressor. You may have to wiggle it out a litte from the bottom. The pully is very easy. They should come with shims and bolts. Just put the shims in (IF APPLICABLE) line up the bolt holes and bolt it down. then put the belt back on! Now on mine, I didn't need to use the bolts and shims because the hardware provided with the a/c delete pully was too small. So KEEP your old bolts from the compressor just incase you have the same situation. Oh and don't forget to unplug the wire connector before you start pulling it out.

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Ok thanks. To take off the serpentine belt what do I do?
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There should be a belt tensioner pully next to the water pump. Just get a wrench or serpintene belt tool and relieve the tension from the belt. Then slip it off and slowly let the tension off the tensioner pully.

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post #23 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-15-2009, 12:51 AM
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On the back of the compressor after you undo the lines there is also a bracket that holds the back of the compressor steady that bolts to the block. You must also undo this bracket.
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