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Re: AC rebuild notes and questions. Posted by Goblin [Email] (#2224) [Profile/Gallery] (more from Goblin) on Fri, 15 Jul 2022 06:07:33
In Reply to: Re: AC rebuild notes and questions., Calvin Morrison, Thu, 14 Jul 2022 19:35:41 Members do not see ads below this line. - Help Keep This Site Online - Signup
Yeah I guess the amount could be wrong it was just something I found on a post somewhere. But I have two 900s and they both have 32 oz in them and the low side is running around 40. I really like the fans I will pick some of those up it looks like a good setup. You are correct about the fans they are getting old they are drawing way too much current and they all are starting to get noisy I have probably 20 around the shop and the majority of them are junk I just need to start throwing some of this stuff away. I will go home today it's supposed to be 100° here I'll start one of the cars and see what the temp gets down to with the car just sitting. I think I looked up that antifrost switch here a couple of weeks ago I think it's still available if I remember right. You could temporarily bypass the anti-frost switch with the jumper and see if the temp gets down to where it's supposed to at least that way you know everything else is correct and it is the switch that's what I ended up doing. But come to find out it was not my switch . It actually turned out that the switch on top next to the distributor was spun a little the wrong way and when you shut the hood it was grounding itself out on the crossmember bar of the hood and blowing the fuse that was fun to track down. I had the hood open AC would run the second I shut the hood I could hear the fuse blow.
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