Deleting A/C, but want to retain heat.

307 Regal

307 Regal

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Mine has been taken out and the spliced the hose with a PVC piece.
"The maximum recommended operating temperature for PVC pressure pipe is 140°F. " -Google
Not sure what type of PVC piece it is, but regardless you may want to consider replacing it with some sort of metallic equivalent.
 
airboatgreg

airboatgreg

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Oct 2, 2016
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#23
Actually the hot water valve only cuts off the supply of hot water to the heater core in the Max Air position
 
Turbo Zach

Turbo Zach

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#26
So 400 bucks worth of new parts make it not worth having A/C? My shut-off valve did not work and I put a manual shut-off in my heater hose. That really will help how cool your A/C will get. The A/C is more for the wife and kids than me, but after working all day out side when it is 95° and 100° humidity it is nice riding home in A/C.
 

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