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**DONOTDELETE**
05-03-2001, 05:19 PM
hello I have 1989 Nissan 240sx I installed the sr20det motor but before I installed
it I use to have the kA motor the kA motor didn't have a a/c basically my car
didn't have a a/c can I install a a/c on it if yes how much will it cost me and
what parts do I need

WeST
05-04-2001, 02:04 PM
If you can use parts from a 91 240SX I will send you mine as long as you pay shipping. What I am trying to do is get rid of my A/C for weight reasons. Although I dont know where to being when it comes to removing the A/C. I dont want to just start ripping parts out. If someone can provide me with a write up describing how to remove everything I will send you the parts as soon as I get around to removing them.

Mark West - http://www.zilvia.net

**DONOTDELETE**
05-05-2001, 12:04 AM
How much does it cost to ship the freon? Can you seal it in a plastic baggie? http://www.freshalloy.com/ Muahaha

- Mike

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial[/img]quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by WeST:
If you can use parts from a 91 240SX I will send you mine as long as you pay shipping. What I am trying to do is get rid of my A/C for weight reasons. Although I dont know where to being when it comes to removing the A/C. I dont want to just start ripping parts out. If someone can provide me with a write up describing how to remove everything I will send you the parts as soon as I get around to removing them.

Mark West - http://www.zilvia.net <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

**DONOTDELETE**
06-04-2001, 08:34 PM
Is this working??

JonCarson
06-04-2001, 11:03 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial[/img]quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by HondaHater:
Is this working??<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Yes, it's working.

You don't need to post "tests" like this.

Just post your message and see if it appears. If not, wait just a bit and hit refresh.

Oh, and if you think your post didn't go through and post it again, but then find out you posted the same message 2 or 3 times, please delete the additional posts.
Am I the only one who finds it irritating to see the same message posted multiple times in a row?

Jonathan
Moderator

06-05-2001, 06:53 AM
Nope, but you're one of the few people that can actually do something about it! http://www.freshalloy.com/

But seriously, sometimes it takes a while for a post to process, and people might hit the "submit" button more than once.

Asad

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial[/img]quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by carsonjon:
Am I the only one who finds it irritating to see the same message posted multiple times in a row?

Jonathan
Moderator<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>



[This message has been edited by asad137 (edited 06-05-2001).]

240Lunatic
06-06-2001, 09:41 PM
Okay, probably the easiest thing to do is going to be the removal of the AC condensor. First you may want to go to a shop and have them remove all of the freon (depending upon how ecologically responsible you are). I have never added AC to a car, but here we go. First remove the radiator in the donor car. In front of this is the AC condensor. Remove. Then take the belt off the AC compressor (on engine) and disconnect the hoses. Follow the AC lines to the passenger side of the car and remove at the source. If there is a seperate fuse for the AC in the donor car, I would remove it and make sure the heater still works. Thats the best I can do. I'll try to answer any other questions.

Sean

PS The recharge kit available at any parts store will add all the necessary freon and some freon has an added dye that is visible under blacklight. This will come in handy in tracking any freon leaks.