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Old 06-26-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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a/c question for a 98 v6?

wheres the a/c in line filter go on a 1998 v-6 mustang?and exactly where is it to take out the old one? thnx,i heard the orifice tube but i cant find it any diagrams that show how to take it out?
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wheres the a/c in line filter go on a 1998 v-6 mustang?and exactly where is it to take out the old one? thnx,i heard the orifice tube but i cant find it any diagrams that show how to take it out?
Ac doesn't have a inline filter. The orifice tube is the filter. It will be where two lines connect. Usually real close to the low side shredder valve. But if it's clogged one of your components are bad.
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ok appreciate the reply,some say it has a filter and some say it doesnt at least a replaceable one? thnx
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ok appreciate the reply,some say it has a filter and some say it doesnt at least a replaceable one? thnx
It doesn't. The filter is designed into the orifice tube. They don't call it a filter. They call it a orifice tube. You will have to vacuum out all the old refrigerant. Change the orifice. Place a vacuum on the system then recharge it
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