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Old 11-11-2013, 08:33 AM   #1
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92 4runner a/c breakdown

anyone got an a/c breakdown diagram? im trying to fix my a/c and prev owner gutted the discharge line and tring to see where it goes for installation. and since they gutted it should i just have it done at a shop? a/c has been exposed to air and dirt. the condensor has crap in it for the inlet of the discharge line. worth fixing or gut all a/c crap out? thanks
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:09 PM   #2
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Dirt and debris can cause problems for a refrigerant circuit. It can cause restrictions at the metering device and cause freezing problems. Also, I'm not sure what type oil is in the compressor, but some oils hold moisture. If you can make sure system is debris free and pull a very good vacuum may be okay.

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but is it worth trying to fix? ive take it wheeling alot and in vegas its very dusty here just wondering if it will grenade itself if i hook up the belt it has never been hooked up or tested before and i know when it comes to a/c its a pain in the ass if a small part fails the whole thing fails pretty much
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screw it ill gut it all out lol
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screw it ill gut it all out lol
Let me know how that works for you. I'm fixen to pull mine out also.
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