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    Quote Originally Posted by WontStopTheFUnk View Post
    I use a craftsman shop vac when I pull a vacuum Ac Compressor


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    Oh my gosh! I used to work with a guy who was a used car dealer on the side. His dad was a dealer. He said he blew freon through the system to get the air out and it worked long enough to sell the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WontStopTheFUnk View Post
    I use a craftsman shop vac when I pull a vacuum Ac Compressor


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    I know someone who used a shop vac to get the gas out of his snowmobile.
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    Update : so the AC Compressor works flawlessly. I got the AC Clutch to engage bypassing the relay. There some videos where they stated you have to connect ping 30 and 87 using wire to engage the clutch and i had no luck so i connected ping 85 and 86 and it worked. So i bought a good Compressor.

    Now i might be wrong about what pings to connect to engage the Compressor. If anyone knows the actual pings to connect please let us all know by replying. Thank you all.


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    If you don't have any freon in that system, don't make the compressor kick in. That's like running your engine with no oil in it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    If you don't have any freon in that system, don't make the compressor kick in. That's like running your engine with no oil in it!!

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    Yes of course i was just testing the Compressor to make sure it was working properly. Now i will refill the system and have the vendor vacuum the system first before the actual refill.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LouMarq View Post
    Yes of course i was just testing the Compressor to make sure it was working properly. Now i will refill the system and have the vendor vacuum the system first before the actual refill.


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    Dude! We all just told you how many times not to do that and you insisted on doing it anyways?... wtf? And how can you say it works flawlessly when you have no refrigerant or oil in the system? Seriously? Good luck.


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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    If you don't have any freon in that system, don't make the compressor kick in. That's like running your engine with no oil in it!!

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    Told this dude that last night... screw it, let’s drain the engine oil, trans fluid, power steering fluid and brake fluid and take her for a spin just to make sure everything works!.... Ac Compressor


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    The AC Compressor comes pre filled to OEM Specs. Next i was just making sure the Compressor it self was fully functional as most come Bad. It was only for 1 minute that it was on so relax guys. Remember Mopar or No Car.


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    When that compressor kicks in, where do you think all that "prefilled to OEM spec" went??? It all got shot out of the compressor and into the empty lines.

    Why do people insist on coming on the forums, asking for help then blatantly disregard the information that's given them?

    I'm done with you dude. Good luck. I'm sure you're compressor will last a loooong time!!

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