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ok...time for a/c

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by krut042303, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. krut042303

    krut042303 Junior Member

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    I can't take this friggin heat. I've got a crx w/ b16a and no a/c. Does anyone have a similar set-up with a/c? I think I have a condensor...there's a hose right there going through the firewall anyways - havn't really looked heh. No evaporator though, do I need a crx radiator for that? I have a civic radiator. Does a compressor even fit? Can I use my in-dash stock heater/ac crontoller or do I need a different one? Thanks.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    this might be better suited in model-specific....
     
  3. Taco15

    Taco15 I wear stretchy pants VIP

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    got to an ac shop and have them do it. you can get new parts. or got to the junkr and do it yourself. you can keep your heater controls. I;ve got integra lines and ls compressor. in my crx. it was much easier for me to take it to a shop and have them buy all new syuff. I payed 900 bucks for the labor,new cmpressor,evaporator,freon,and custom wiring since my ecu wasnt sending a signal. yes its kinda expensive but man its hot ass hell here in forida
     
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    Andrew Well-Known Member

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    Only fits with
    1. Hasport's custom bracket designed for B into EF's
    2. '94+ Delsol VTEC compressor bracket.
    3. '97+ CR-V compressor bracket

    Yes, you can.

    -Andrew
     
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