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Old 06-27-2019, 10:06 AM   #1
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Value of brand new rear AC for 2000 E350?

Hi all, not sure where to post this, but 6 years ago I purchased a heavily customized 2000 Ford E350 EB van with a Quigley 4x4. When the PO purchased this new, he had it sent to this place called F.A.S.T truck accessories in Pennsylvania (after the 4x4 upfit) where 4 leather captains chairs were installed, the entire van was insulated and walls carpeted, and a Transfer Flow Fuel system was installed. When this was done, he had the rear AC components removed. When I bought the van, he included all these parts (lines, rear condenser, etc). Is there any value to this?
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I have similar parts (minus the evaporator) so yes there is a value to these---if there's a trick its finding someone who needs or wants them.

What do you mean by "lines"---can you describe what you have or post photos?
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I’m looking for a replacement compressor for the rear 110 shoreline AC.... have one of those in your parts??
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I’m looking for a replacement compressor for the rear 110 shoreline AC.... have one of those in your parts??
I don't---the dual zone A/C systems use the same compressor---even though I deleted my rear A/C the front is still working as it should.

If you need a compressor don't skimp on some bargain basement cheapest brand. I recommend Motorcraft however a few here might have different opinions or experiences with another brand.

If that part wasn't such a hassle and expense to change I'd go with a cheaper brand but its just worth courting premature failure.

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