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Old 10-26-2007, 12:39 PM   #11
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I have seen these delete pulleys on Ebay. I took just went to the JY and got another compressor. Can't use the AC in the SSE because of a leak in the dash.
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I have seen one from ZZP in person and helped attempt to mount it on TJBlackBonne'* 95 motor. The 95 has a different AC bracket that the pulley setup would mount to vs the 96+ design he had received.

All it took was the 96 bracket for the AC and the pulley delete that he bought to make it work.

Something to keep in mind in case the part you get doesn't seem to fit properly.
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Here'* a link on ebay for that pulley

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/93-94...QQcmdZViewItem
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Anyone find it odd that the fitment on that link lists 87-95? I don't buy it. L36 belt routing and compressor mounting is a bit different. I may be wrong on this, but it'll pay to check considering the topic author has a 95 L36 in his car. (or is 95 an L27 year for Olds?)
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Did you know that the AC compressor removes moisture from the car in winter? Your front defog function will be severely limited. Just an FYI.

yea right... worked just fine in my 1988 Celebrity, every winter i unplugged it so the AC would not kick on when i turn on defrost.

You for get HEAT evaporates moisture also
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My defrost in my old car didn't do crap when the compressor was dead.
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My defrost in my old car didn't do crap when the compressor was dead.
in summer or winter... summer yea it sucks. winter with hot AIR it worked great
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Why would I use the defrost in the summer?
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your blowing air on the windshield right?

thats called defrost.

people turn on "defrost" in the sumer to get the Fog off the inside of the window when its really humid or raining.
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I guess a little fog doesn't bother me. I never use the defrost until it'* cold out.
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