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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 19th, 01, 02:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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Can I remove the complete A/C wiring harness and not affect any other wiring or componemts (Heater, voltage regulator,etc)
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 19th, 01, 03:14 AM
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No, you won't have the blower motor for the heater fan if you pull the A/C harness. The blower motor resistor and High speed relay are located in the A/C suitcase in the engine compartment and are connected to the control panel thru the A/C wiring harness.

You will also end up with an inch and half hole in the firewall when you pull the grommet out.

Other than that there will be no other affects on the cars electrical system.

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Mark C:
No, you won't have the blower motor for the heater fan if you pull the A/C harness. The blower motor resistor and High speed relay are located in the A/C suitcase in the engine compartment and are connected to the control panel thru the A/C wiring harness.

You will also end up with an inch and half hole in the firewall when you pull the grommet out.

Other than that there will be no other affects on the cars electrical system.

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Thanks, my A/C rely (and the wiring going into it) is fried so I just wanted to take it off the car (any ideas what would cause this). So I can just cap these wires off for the time being? (Eventually will put the A/C back on the car)
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Thanks, my A/C relay and the wires going into it are fried (What would cause this?). For now can I just remove the relay and cap off the ends? Eventually will put the A/C back in the car.
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 20th, 01, 09:09 AM
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Hey Mark, I'm deleting my a/c is there a plug to unplug the a/c harness? I wont be running a blower or heater.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 20th, 01, 11:55 AM
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Yes, there is a single hot lead under the dash behind the heater control panel. I believe its a brown or tan wire with a single male/female connector on it. That will kill everything in the A/C system except for the 12V feed to the Blower motor for high speed operation. This is fed from an inline fuse holder on the firewall in the engine compartment, right at the A/C suitcase end of the plastic wiring gutter.


We've been over the major pain it is to retrofit the blower motor if you get rid of the resistor and fan relay in other threads, so if you think you will ever want to have a fan again and don't want to put an entire Non A/C system in save those components and their connectors at least.

If you want to dispose of any original 69 freon hoses let me know. I need the short one that goes from the receiver under the fender to the evaporator.


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