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Rear ac in tahoe

Can you remove the rear ac because the line under truck are full of holes

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Make up rubber hoses for those exposed
under vehicle & made of aluminium or whatever

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SOURCE: Rear AC blows heat only (1997 suburban)

is the fount working good? you may have a blocked line or the regulatory on the rear evaporator is not working

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If it were me I would just disconnect them at the intake manifold. I think there are some brackets that are attached by bell housing bolts that help keep them in place also. Be sure to put some tape over them to keep dirt out. I think there are orings on them also so be sure no to lose those also.

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SOURCE: all brake lines go to a box not sure which line goes to which hole.

The master cyl. has two resivors in it the large one is for the front brakes and the small one for the rears. Follow the lines coming from the front wheels to the block and the line from the large should go there. But it seems to me that the line had different size fittings so they could not get crossed up??

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