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Need a quick photo of 1981 K5 AC setup please!!! Compressor brackets!!!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by staceydude, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. staceydude

    staceydude Registered Member

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    Hey All,

    I am trying to hook up the AC on my K5, I did not remove it but I have all the brackets and hoses. To ensure I have the brackets in the right place I need to see a photo of someone with AC. Just of the AC compressor area. The repair manual does not show them at all.

    Please hook a dude up!!!

    email or post whichever is easier for you.

    Thanks

    staceybeller@charter.net

    Regards,

    Stacey
     
  2. staceydude

    staceydude Registered Member

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    I should also note this is the Harrision Cmpressor and it mounts to the left side of the motor, above the power steering pump I beleive.

    V8 Installation

    Thanks again

    Stace
     
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    staceydude Registered Member

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    Ahhh,

    Found out I had a bracket missing.

    Went to the junk yard and scrounged and got everything I needed.

    And figured out how the stuff goes together.

    Regards,

    Stace
     
  4. R72K5

    R72K5 Banned

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    remember 80s with a/c shared bracket for top of p/s pump and bottom of a/c pressor,

    '80 or '79 and older most didnt share, like this, mainly with large (A-6)? compressor, i forgot which year changed systems, i imagine 80 for when EST system came into use on mainly 305 engines and only on lower GVW rated rigs and all the gas engine cars
     

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