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Posted by allthrottle, Jun 13, 2009
Appearance/Interior/Exterior - All interior and exterior tech discussions; body and paint, conversions, lighting, washing, waxing, etc.
A previous owner may have removed the belt and tensioner instead of having to deal with the R134 refrigerant update, sometimes that can get spendy
Guess I'll have to take it to a shop and have them check it out. Thanks!
A/c works now! I took it in to an a/c shop and they said they suspected whoever converted the a/c to R134 never put freon back in it! Freon filled, but the a/c wouldn't work. After swapping around & replacing a couple of the fuses and relays, the compressor kicked on and blew ice cold.
Thanks for the input
Glad you were able to wrap it up.
Clean 1g by the way.