Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
If your AC system is empty...The condenser is in front of the radiator.
1. Use ramps or jacks or a lift to raise the car so you can work under it.
2. remove the splash guard under the radiator.
3. Remove the bolts holding the tranmission cooling lines. These also may also hold the bottom of the condenser on the AC line side. Move the cooling lines away from the AC lines.
4. Remove the nuts holding the AC lines to the condenser. You may have to hold the fittings with a vise wrench to prevent bending the pipes.
5. Remove the other lower condenser bolt and use the access holes to remove the top bolts holding the condenser.
6. Lower the condenser out.
Reverse procedure to install the new condenser.
If you have the correct tools, this is a fairly easy job.
Posted on Aug 17, 2012
DEALERSHIP FIX THEY HAVE TO RECOVER DISCHARGE REFRIGERANT FROM AC SYSTEM.THEN REMOVE THE CONDENSOR. PUT IN NEW CONDENSOR THEN PUMP DOWN THE SYSTEM WITH A VACUUM PUMP TO PULL OUT MOISTURE AND CHECK FOR LEAKS.THEN AC SYSTEM IS RECHARGED.ANY KIND OF AC WORK YOU NEED EQUIPMENT TO WORK ON IT.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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