This is a discussion on A/C Delete within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; i want to delete the ac system in my 02 camaro m6. its a toy car only and the condensor ...
01-01-2010, 07:20 AM #1
i want to delete the ac system in my 02 camaro m6. its a toy car only and the condensor is shot so i removed the belt and been running it with out it for a while. but i want to get rid of it to clean up the engine bay. especially the box that connects to the firewall on the passenger side of the engine bay. but my question is, is the heater core connected in their to, and if i get ride of the box will it affect my heating system. how hard of a job is this to do. any comments appreciated.
01-01-2010, 07:33 AM #2
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- savannah, ga
2001 Z-28 A4 NBM
- 2002 35th anni SS M6#1696
the heater core rides piggyback with the evap core.
Sorry man ya gotta keep the box if you want the heat.
You will only save a few lbs. by deleating a/c on these cars.
Plus if you live in the south ,like i do now, A/C is not an option
01-01-2010, 08:26 AM #3
oh ok, thats what i thought. i live in the north so i wasnt really worried about haven it. but i wanted to get rid of it to clean up the clutter in the engine bay. and make workin on it a little easier
01-01-2010, 09:44 AM #4
Question: A/C Delete
****1ST DISCHARGE YOUR SYSTEM****
Take your time and protect your paint job
I pulled all my A/C out and it really cleaned the engine bay up nice
As you well know the A/C compressor is quit Hefty as well as the condenser , and all the other associated parts ,
also when removed will give your radiator a straight blast of cool air.
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