Classic Auto Air Engine Compartment Air Conditioning Upgrade Kit 5.0L 1987-1993

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Product Description

Classic Auto Air Engine Compartment A/C Upgrade Kit for 1987-1993 5.0L Mustangs.

Classic Auto Air's ultra high-performance engine compartment upgrade kit makes it easy for even the novice to upgrade and convert the factory air-conditioning to the more modern 134a refrigerant. This simple and easy to install kit upgrades to the more reliable Sanden compressor and our exclusive parallel-flow direct-fit condenser, eliminating all except for one of the unreliable spring-lock hose connections. All hoses are pre-made to fit and require no cutting or crimping during installation.

When converting to 134a, everything necessary is provided, and Classic Auto Air's exclusive parallel-flow direct-fit condenser will make up the degradation in system efficiency that is lost in the conversion. In addition, for the high horsepower minded, Sanden's time-tested 6,000 rpm continuous duty rating is the right compressor for the job!

Upgrade Kit Includes:
- Sanden compressor w/serpentine pulley
- Compressor mount adapter brackets
- Serpentine belt
- All hoses and lines
- Orifice tube
- Pressure switch
- Accumulator
- Parallel flow condenser
- Installation instructions

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Same problem as other reviewer
I also noticed the bolts supplied are 1/4'' too short for the compressor mounting brackets. They DO fit, but not properly, the bolts are threaded about 3/4 into the nut. I ended up taking one of the bolts to a hardware store and bought some that were a 1/4'' longer, perfect fit! I tried multiple different ways to use the supplied hardware, maybe were both missing something? Other than that, it cools pretty well. Side note... after I installed a new aluminum radiator and sealed the side gaps between the a/c condenser and the radiator everything cooled MUCH better.
Will April 15, 2013
maybe you put the bolts in the wrong places
try putting the correct bolts in the correct places
master tech May 14, 2012
problems with installing
The sysyem install very easy but the bolts in the in the hardware packace were to short to bolt compressor to the base and the serpentine belt was to long
run a machine and welding shop June 21, 2011
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