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Run R-134 coolant instead of the R-12 that
If Your A/C Compressor Is Locked Up Now, Why Not Change Over?
Cool Your Mustang Interior Fast
All Needed Parts Are Included In The Kit
What's in the Box
(1) O-Ring Set
This A/C Conversion kit will completely and correctly upgrade your fox body 1987-88-89-90-91-92-93 Mustang's R-12 system to the newer R-134A system. It includes a new Mustang compressor, lines, condensor, all hardware and instructions to upgrade, as well as a stock length serpentine belt. Converts stock Mustang A/C Components to aftermarket, which means a more efficient compressor, bracketry, and new refrigerant hoses for use with the less expensive R-134A refrigerant.
Problems with Mustang A/C systems can come from various sources-leaks, parts failure, electrical gremlins, and thermal issues. Any one of these-and quite often a combination of them-can cause the A/C system to blow warm air. Typically, the fix is to replace the offending part or reseal the leak and then recharge the system. Unfortunately, with R-12 refrigerant prices being what they are, even a simple $20 O-ring repair will require several hours labor and more than $200 in R-12.
Many people sought to convert their Mustang R-12 systems to R134a simply because the latter is cheaper, readily available, and can be bought without a license. Unfortunately, when R134a is introduced into a stock R-12 system with nothing more than a few new seals and some oil (the popular R134a conversion kits you see at the parts store), the A/C system isn't as efficient and vent-outlet temperatures rise. The best way to repair your A/C system and properly convert to R134a is to replace the components that hinder the R134a conversion, namely the condenser and the compressor.
Hose Wizard's R134a conversion kit for 2.3 Mustangs is the perfect choice for this repair. The easy-to-install kit includes a high-flow R134a condenser, a Sanden rotary compressor, hoses, mounting brackets, and R134a pressure switches.