1990 fox body 5.0 how hard would it be to put ac back in?

  1. I deleted mine because the carb style a/c wasn’t going to work with my efi swap. Now I thoroughly regret the decision much younger me made.

  2. Because 90% of these where owned by broke ass teenagers in late 90's and it was cheaper to remove then replace...... I was one them but my fat ass all ways kept the a/c lol. Hardest part is pulling the dash and coughing up the money for all the parts, they went up in price a decent amount the last couple years.

  3. The answer to your question is another question, do you want to do it right? I did the full r134a conversion kit from LMR on my car that includes a new evaporator and everything. Assuming your car hasn't had the wiring harness all cut up, that's the best way to do it. Had mine for 2 years now and it's been absolutely perfect with no leaks or recharging needed.

  4. Pull the dash (it’s not that bad) and put a new heater core and evaporator in it then piece together the rest. Make sure you can trace the harness back if it’s been cut.

  5. It's not bad, it's just a lot of parts. My heater core died and being in South Alabama I've lived without it fine since I bypassed it

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