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Old April 20th, 2014, 07:41 PM
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94 NAS D90 A/C system

I have what I believe to be is a complete a/c setup from a 94 D90.

Looking for $1000 plus shipping
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Old April 20th, 2014, 08:22 PM
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What is needed to make it work with a 95 ?
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What is needed to make it work with a 95 ?
Just install it and charge the system.
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The connectors are different between a 94 and 95.

I retro fitted a 95 system into mine ... It's not too tricky.
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The connectors are different between a 94 and 95. I retro fitted a 95 system into mine ... It's not too tricky.
Just curious but which connectors are different?

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The connectors are different between a 94 and 95. I retro fitted a 95 system into mine ... It's not too tricky.
Just curious but what connectors are different?

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The ones that aren't the power ... the 94 has relays and stuff in the engine bay ... the 95 has connectors under the dash ...

There are 2 connectors that connect to the ECU ... one informs the ECU that the AC is running and the other I don't recall.

Its pretty straight forward to extend the loom from 94 to a 95
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I have what I believe to be is a complete a/c setup from a 94 D90. Looking for $1000 plus shipping
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One line from the condenser to the dryer had to be cut when it was removed, this was so we didn't break the condenser.

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