Installing AC condenser
To install an AC condenser (where there was never one before), is it easier to take out the radiator or the grille? Also, can the hoses be put on after it is installed or will the fittings be impossible to get to? Thanks.
Having done this, I'd remove the grill, bolt condensor in, then bolt in radiator, then bolt whole assembly back on the Jeep. Grill is easy to remove, and working on the condesor is a $^($* simply due to lack of room.
85 CJ7 258, borla header, Team Rush, MC2100 ,optima batt, Warn 8274, agr super box 2 & pump, T5 w/ B&M shifter, centerforce 2, superior 1 piece axles, warn hubs 2.5 in lift, 31" BFG MT
85 CJ7 258, A/C, T176, MC2100, Team Rush, Warn XD8000i, superwinch hubs, 3in lift 31" BFG AT/KO
This past spring, I had my condenser in and out looking for the best air flow. each time I pulled my fan and radiator. My hoses came in on the passenger side so I pulled the passenger side head light for easier access. Pulling the head light is very easy and made life better for me.
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