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10-30-2010 08:37 PM
rrich Plug the lines and disconnect the clutch's plug on the compressor.
10-30-2010 07:59 PM
A/C Condenser

The long story is here

But my question here is.....since I really don't use AC very much (and its a freaking jeep).... but can I just not hook up the AC condenser?

Not sure if anything would be harmed (existing lines, canister, etc) if I just didn't replace it for a while

(mainly to get my rig back on the mean streets asap)

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