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Old 12-29-2011, 11:34 AM   #1
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Is this part of my ac?

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Also if I do an ac delete will the lines (in the pic) be removed?
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From what I remember. You can follow the lines to the firewall on the passenger side and just un screw them from there and disconnect them from the compressor.
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Re: Is this part of my ac?

That looks like A/C lines.
You can remove as much or as little as you wish.
Just disconnect and cap off the ends of lines in case you ever want to use them again.
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Thanks guys.. Or girls
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Old 12-29-2011, 06:17 PM   #6
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Those are AC compressor manifold lines those are the ones I need for my car which are leaking, 530 dollars!
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Those are AC compressor manifold lines those are the ones I need for my car which are leaking, 530 dollars!
Looks like we might have a seller and a buyer!
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Old 12-29-2011, 07:38 PM   #8
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Cobras have specific manifold lines or I'd consider it
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Cobras have specific manifold lines or I'd consider it
Oh yeah forgot you told me that. I'll sell you mine for $499
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Old 12-29-2011, 08:21 PM   #11
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Those are AC compressor manifold lines those are the ones I need for my car which are leaking, 530 dollars!
I wish I would have known that, I cut mine with some wire cutters
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I wish I would have known that, I cut mine with some wire cutters
That's one of the reasons I always advise to disconnect and cap.


jwhayne0001, Have you tried to have those made up at a hose fabrication shop? That would be a lot less expensive I'm sure.
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My system was leaking from one of the hoses that why I cut them...

You can go to pull-a-part and get the entire ac system for less then 400.00
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That's one of the reasons I always advise to disconnect and cap.

jwhayne0001, Have you tried to have those made up at a hose fabrication shop? That would be a lot less expensive I'm sure.
Yea there is a shop here in town that repairs AC lines it's just a matter of me removing the all the lines during the winter
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