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2004 FORENZA I HAVE A FORENZA THAT AC COMPRESSOR WENT CAN I DISCONNECT IT AND STILL THE RUN THE CAR WITH NO PROBLEMS

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OF COURSE GOOD IDEA IF POSSIBLE REMOVE BELT OFF COMPRESSOR IF THE UNIT SEIZES THE THE CAR MOTOR WILL STILL TURN THE BELT WHICH COULD GET EXTREMELY HOT APART FROM THAT NO WORRIES HOPE THIS HELPS GLENN....

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