Re: [DML] Mechanical Assitance for Delorean Owners
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Re: [DML] Mechanical Assitance for Delorean Owners

Shame on you: an R134 conversion does *NOT* require wholesale component replacement. The only components I have replaced on #5939 are compressors (they eventually leak at the front seal) and the low pressure switch -- an often overlooked source of freon leakage. Everything else is original to the car: hoses, condensor, orifice tube, evaporator, and accumulator. People who test drove my car at DCS'12 and Dave Delman's Road Rally will attest for the blissfully cold air that an original system can produce with R134.

Components *CAN* be replaced, but they don't *HAVE* to be replaced. Replacement is optional, condition of components permitting.

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Stephen Rice <stevedmc@...> wrote:
> So let me get this straight.  Somehow a K-Jet issue can be fixed
> without having to replace an entire system yet an r134a conversion
> requires most of the AC system (including good parts) to be replaced.
> Hmmm.
> -Steve Rice
> #16510


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