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Which A/C compressor and A/C bracket for B20vtec

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by DanTheHondaMan, Dec 3, 2016.

  1. DanTheHondaMan

    DanTheHondaMan Active Member

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    I want to retain A/C in my car. I live in Florida and it gets well over 102 degrees during the summers so I would like to keep.

    As the title reads.

    Which A/C compressor and A/C bracket should I use for my B20vtec and this in in my 2000 civic ek

    I tried searching and couldn't find an answer.

    thanks
     
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    CAFROG Honda Minion VIP

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    Same AC mount as for the 99/00 Civic Si B16A2 (EK chassis)
     
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    DanTheHondaMan Active Member

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    Awesome thanks man. I really appreciate it. I've been searching an searching and couldn't find the answer.

    Does it matter which compressor I use?

    Should I use an a/c compressor from a 2000 civic Si as well?

    also couple more questions.

    Which belt for which car should I use and what size if you know?

    and last but not least what would I have to do in order to retain power steering? Not a huge issue but would be nice to have it if its not too complicated.

    Also would you happen to have the part numbers by chance?

    Thanks for the help
     
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    Iirc any obd 1 or 2 ac compressor are the same
     
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    CAFROG Honda Minion VIP

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    Some are R12. But all EK are all R134A. Any EK compressor will work.

    I'm guessing the 99/00 Si belt will fit but (if not) you can measure with a string and get a belt long enough with enough ribs.
     
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    Thanks for the help CAFROG
     
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