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    Hey I was just wondering If anyone had a write up on how to remove the air conditioning without losing the heat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10spokess View Post
    Hey I was just wondering If anyone had a write up on how to remove the air conditioning without losing the heat?
    you talking about removing the components? You can remove the compressor, belt, bracket, condenser, bottle, hoses and outside stuff. make sure that you leave the vaccum lines and heater hoses. If you set the A/C controls to heat it should work no problem. Just remember that you need the blower motor as well. As far a removing the internals of the A/C portion inside the dash i don't know.

    may i ask why you want to do this? weight?

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    No my a/c unit hasnt worked since last year and I just want to get rid of it since it is taking up weight. And Do i need a new belt as well?

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    No my a/c unit hasnt worked since last year and I just want to get rid of it since it is taking up weight. And Do i need a new belt as well?
    No, unless your belt is old. The A/C belt is separate from the rest of the car. You just remove the small belt and its fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10spokess View Post
    No my a/c unit hasnt worked since last year and I just want to get rid of it since it is taking up weight. And Do i need a new belt as well?
    Only in the v6's..

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