Question about 1994 GMC Sierra
The condenser is the part in front of the radiator.
You could try using some cable ties. use the black ones as they are UV resistant.
you could also bend up some tin and find a safe way to screw it to the condenser like taking out an existing screw and adding your bracket to it. Be sure to use the same screw. then attach the other end or your homemade bracket to a secure place on the truck. You can do the same thing to this end and take out a screw that is holding some other part on your truck together and your bracket to it.
Be careful when working around your a/c system because If you puncture the tubing you will then have a really big paper weight. you will know if you have punctured the tubing when it starts to hiss at you.
The reason for using the same exact screw is if you use a screw even an eigth inch longer it could reach the tubing. Even if it does not immediately cause a hole the vibration will rub a hole in the tubing in no time.
I hope this helps.
Take care and be safe
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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