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|07-08-2019 05:25 AM|
Yes, Dom, that's the one. Thanks!
Tom, that's encouraging about getting that hose off the evaporator port without tearing out half the interior. Especially to a guy that's not as flexible as he used to be!
Thanks fellows. I'll probably rip into it later today. I really want to have A/C for the trip to Pittsburgh and the AROC convention.
|07-08-2019 12:15 AM|
long shot, but try alfissimo he had some useful NOS AC hoses a few years back
do you mean the 3rd hose down in this link?
|07-07-2019 08:24 PM|
|Gubi||You can get the hose to the compressor off without removing the knee pad. You need to jam your head in the footwell a bit but I've done it.|
|07-07-2019 07:53 PM|
|alfaloco||That's my Plan B, Eric. Got to get the knee pad off that side in the interior so I can get to the other end of the hose, though. Thanks.|
|07-07-2019 06:04 PM|
Do you have an old hose? If so, take it to a place that makes hydraulic hoses. They can cut the crimps and re-use the fittings. I did this with our S3 Spider's A/C - I ended up with good quality hoses with the correct fittings.
If you don't have a hose to cannibalize, then, sorry, I can't help you.
|07-07-2019 04:55 PM|
S4 Spider suction side AC hose
For a S4 Spider with Sanden compressor--- I need the big suction side hose that runs through the firewall from the evaporator, and to the AC compressor suction port. It has a charge coupler brazed into it. Please PM with price if you have one available. Thanks.