swap in an electric fan from a Taurus. For the AC and low speed crawling it will be awesome for you. The AC condenser needs a lot of airflow to pull the heat and in turn pressure off the Freon after its compressed ie exiting the high side of the compressor. Without adequate air flow the head pressures will remain too high at low speeds and the air won't be as cold as it should. This is especially important with r134a as it works the compressor and condensing unit harder than r12 did. Mine blow 37-42 at the register on the road and 45 at idle. When I had the engine fan, new clutch and yes a complete factory shroud it would blow 58-63 at idle.
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