94, remove evaporator


Denisefwd93

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And not have to remove the whole air conditioning assembly??? I saw a post on another forum and didn't quite believe it, they didn't post pictures.
 


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It's not that hard. 4.0 makes it a bit of a pain, because the one valve cover is almost in the way.

But yes, because the evaporator is accessed from under the hood, the whole AC system can be removed from the vehicle as a complete and closed assembly.
 

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It's not that hard. 4.0 makes it a bit of a pain, because the one valve cover is almost in the way.

But yes, because the evaporator is accessed from under the hood, the whole AC system can be removed from the vehicle as a complete and closed assembly.
Thanks for the encouragement! yuck yuck lol. We all pretty much know that's probably where the leak is I don't know why or how it happens so often I guess it's the mice chewing on the aluminum, but who knows. Lol
 
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