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Unread 08-20-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Bust evaporator I think, any alternatives to get some cool air?

Driving along the other day, I see some smoke come out of my windscreen vents - but it doesn't smell of smoke, and dissipates very quickly. My AC system was almost empty already due to a leaky condenser (I have a good JY part to replace that)
Not going to be bothered ripping out the dash and heater box to replace it, just wondering if anyone has any creative alternative ideas - I have another AC evaporator, was thinking about putting it elsewhere and piping to it.
Don't get huge heat in Ireland, it's just nice to have a bit of AC on a hot day. I'd just turn the AC on and off as needed. Auto climate control if that makes a difference. Maybe put it before the cabin air intake and bodge it up a bit?

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