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  1. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Recently on my '91 164 L I had to replace the low pressure side port (where the refrigerant is added), I only had to replace the 134A valve that was threaded onto the original schrader valve, so it wasn't a big deal. When I was ready to recharge the system I saw that 1.25 kilos was specified...
  2. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Firstly I am new to this forum, and I would like to thank everybody, as I have been reading several thread and they have proven very helpful. Recently in my '91 164 L when I try to turn on the air conditioning, all that I get is heat. I've been looking around and from what I can deduce it...
  3. Alfetta & GTV6 (1972-1986)
    Need somebody with air condition with the "idle cutoff switch". I think this was about 1979. It is a small electrical box, about 2 x 4 inches with 4 wires going into it. I need details of how it is wired. Also does it adequately do the job of cutting off the AC compressor at idle?
  4. GT (1963-1977)
    Hello everybody, for a long time ago I am dreaming to have an A/C in my Bertone GTV 2000 and somebody purpose to me an A/C set but I need some infos and specially pictures, drawing, electric diagram, etc. So if somebody here is a lucky owner of an Alfa GTV 2K with A/C or simply a dismantling...
  5. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    As a new owner of a '90 air-conditioned Graduate, I continue to discover new things about my car every day. Admittedly I am a neophyte as far as auto mechanics are concerned by the standards shown on this forum but I am willing to learn. The car is in good condition but in the course of...
  6. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    As a new owner of a '90 air-conditioned Graduate, I continue to discover new things about my car every day. Admittedly I am a neophyte as far are auto mechanics are concerned by the standards shown on this forum but I am willing to learn. The car is in good condition but in the course of...
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