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What to do with A/C wiring?

 
Old 07-25-2004, 01:00 PM
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I removed all of the air conditioning components from under the hood and now I have all these wires that I don't know what to do with. Can someone tell me where these wires need to be disconnected from. Also if I do remove them can it be done in a way so I can reverse the process one day? I don't mind the no a/c as of now but maybe in the future I will put it back in. Thanks in advance.

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cut it and give it to me ?..lol
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That wire harness is held in by a bunch of those ziptie clip things that clip into the frame rail. The harness itself disconnects right next to where the stock airbox sits.
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Yep there it was. Thank you b16a ferio. But now I have another question. Is it safe to just yank the wires out of the connecter? Am I going to hurt any of the other wires? If I do just pull them out is there any way to put them back in there if I needed to??
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Help?
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just unplug it and everything will be fine
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It has wires for the headlights on the same connector so I can't just unplug it.
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headlights weight too much anyways, yank those out to.
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just pull the whole ac fan unit out
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The harness is tied in with the headlights. Cut the headlight wires out and splice them in were they were.

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Just get some zip-ties and leave it there.. doesnt weight much and if you one day might put it back in less headache for you
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hmmm it shouldnt? bkuz i took mine out and its fine.....

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find the end of the harness, side with all the plugs and relays, in the picture above that is the end, then go to the left side of the engine bay, and right behind the headlight you should see a connector/plug, unplug that and then remove that whole harness, that is the a/c harness, it splits off there with the headlight wiring, so everything is a o k


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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by BatuKing &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Just get some zip-ties and leave it there.. doesnt weight much and if you one day might put it back in less headache for you</TD></TR></TABLE>

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odd,
I pulled my ac and that exact harness you're trying to remove came out with plugs,
it was just plugged into whatever other harness sits by the intake.. unplug one end, unplug the other, cut the zipties and it comes right now...

no wire splicing needing to be done.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Tad &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">odd,
I pulled my ac and that exact harness you're trying to remove came out with plugs,
it was just plugged into whatever other harness sits by the intake.. unplug one end, unplug the other, cut the zipties and it comes right now...

no wire splicing needing to be done.</TD></TR></TABLE>

You have a EG, it is different on a EK.
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by turbogixxer &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">You have a EG, it is different on a EK. </TD></TR></TABLE>
ah,

eg pryyydde
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hahah yea i just figued out he had an ek since i read his thingie

any way thats where the plug is for an EG for any 1 that needs to know
i took the time to go out and take a picture
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I was wondering that same thing today, where does it disconnect from the harness an EK? Right now I have the AC plug tucked away in the fender well, but would like to remove the AC harness/plug completely. Anyone can give an answer and possibly a pic would be great!?!?!
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