[DML] AC Setups (Early Vs. Later)
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[DML] AC Setups (Early Vs. Later)

Hey Everyone,

I have a question that really needs answering.  When taking my AC 
system apart to get ready to convert and setup with my Eagle Premier 
engine, I noticed that I have the earlier version dryer.

With that said, I know John sells that version dryer and I could 
always convert but here's where my main question comes in.

On my car, I don't have connections for a high pressure switch or a 
relief valve.  The hose goes directly from the evaporator/orifice tube 
and to the condensor.  The only wiring connection coming out of the 
firewall is the low pressure switch that connected to the 
accumulator.  This is how the system apparently was hooked up, I'm 
guessing because it was already cleared out before I got ahold of it.  
Everything (hoses etc) was connected real tight when I got it and 
looked like it had been for quite some time.....so it doesn't look 
like anything was taken apart.  

I have checked all over the place and don't see any cut wires or 
anything and so I'm wondering, is this how the earlier version cars 
were setup?  I'm really confused because when looking at the setup on 
John's site and looking at mine, I don't see the same thing.  

Am I missing something?  My vin is 3323 so it's before they switched 

Thanks for any suggestions you could provide.

Vin 3323

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