H-Body Heater Core / Evap Replacement

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Postby res0o7eb » Sat Oct 13, 2007 4:47 pm

EagleFish wrote:Hey, Steve, it just depends where you live. Can't function w/o a/c in Florida!

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Hey, John, I agree, it depends on where you live. Definitely don't need it here in Seattle.
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Postby greg72 » Sat Oct 13, 2007 4:51 pm

I will be getting the factory unit working on my Mirage. It looks like I will need to get my core repaired as it appears I won't be able to replace it.

Not having a/c in Florida does cut down on year round driving enjoyment. :lol:
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Postby AusRs » Sat Oct 13, 2007 8:23 pm

res0o7eb wrote:
EagleFish wrote:Hey, Steve, it just depends where you live. Can't function w/o a/c in Florida!

John (John and Richard)
Hey, John, I agree, it depends on where you live. Definitely don't need it here in Seattle.

in all honesty here in tha land of Aus you need ac BUT my monza is a toy not a daily driver
i can live with no ac
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Re: H-Body Heater Core / Evap Replacement

Postby zeke » Tue Oct 22, 2013 7:17 am

I have restored the missing pics to this thread.

The oriface tube is ACDelco # 15-5151
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Re: H-Body Heater Core / Evap Replacement

Postby zeke » Thu Oct 24, 2013 5:39 pm

I'm just gonna use my coil as it pressure tested fine
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Postby 74_Vega_GT » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:30 am

zeke wrote:Heater core part number with A/C = SPI 94550 (Spectra Premium Industries)

Accumulator # Fou 33176 (Four Seasons) Universal unit

I'll list the rest of the part numbers when I get them, in here.

Did you ever get the rest of the part numbers? I need the size and part number for an OEM 77 Sunbird Condensing coil or a suitable replacement suggestion. Thanks in advance.
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Re: H-Body Heater Core / Evap Replacement

Postby zeke » Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:16 pm

I don't believe the condenser is available anymore. Pressure test and reuse or have repaired at a rad shop would be my recommendation.
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Re: H-Body Heater Core / Evap Replacement

Postby 74_Vega_GT » Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:24 pm

zeke wrote:I don't believe the condenser is available anymore. Pressure test and reuse or have repaired at a rad shop would be my recommendation.

My old one is gone. I have looked for a similar sized condenser in the Citation, Celebrity, Chevette but to no avail. The way that the tubes exit the coil and go through the core support seems to differentiate the vega coil from the others as well as size. I'll post in the wanted section.
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