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Old 02-22-2021, 12:23 AM   #1
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Rear ac removal

OK Iíve been reading to the post about rear AC removal and dual system and dual a compressor iand whether or not to remove and all this but Iíve only had a bus a couple weeks and Iíve checked and I canít see anotherCompressor on the system so Iím assuming itís a dual system with one compressor does anybody know if thatís correct? Thatís the first question the second question would be whether I use a block Off kit to remove the back unit or something else because it looks to be like you use that kit if youíre going to keep the unit intact in case youíre going to use it a future day I donít know? Any kind of information would be helpful like I said we are newbies and we need a lot of helpnif thereís anybody nearby ( so cal) or that has advice send me a message please please please 😊
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Do you have an actual Sportsmobile with the rear aftermarket Starcool AC system, or just a Ford van with the OEM Ford rear heat/AC? Or, if you have a ďbusĒ you could have an entirely different third-party system.
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