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well anything from, Engine component removal like a/c etc, body parts, dashboard, interior carpet, Body kit installations, installing a turbo kit.

I really need to know how to remove the a/c system, ive been internet searching since 7am eastern time for folks who arent in the east.

I know to know how to do it asap becasue im gunna go stand out in the heat and remove my broken a/c system. I went to that link, thers nothing on a/c removal for a 95 ka24de and i dont want to do it and fuck something up.Excuse my bad mouth.
 

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all you do is unbolt the compressor, remove the lines that go to it. if you want more, just remove the lines along the firewall. i mean shit its pretty basic. not to be a dick but you dont need a DIY for A/C removal. if you do then have a mechanic do it for you. i understand as far as turbo installs and other DIFFICULT related things, but asking about A/C removal is like asking can you wipe my azz, i dont know how.

as far as body parts removal just take it to a shop, it might be to difficult for you. its hard to follow body lines and remove screws/bolts/nuts etc....

im tired of bein an azzhole go to the link duball gave you its a good start................
 

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Well 1, Im not entirely mechanically inclined like most pple here who can pull apart their cars without a manual. I like to have instructions on doing whatever im about to do before i screw something up.I mean like how do i get the car to run without the ac belt? Thats the only thing that makes me scratch my head.
 

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simple, just cut the belt off. you dont need it. all the accessories have separate belts. a/c, ps, alt, fan...now, you can eliminate the a/c belt and all it would do is free up the load on your crankshaft. you wont gain any power, just feel the difference in revolutions picking up faster. look, just cut the belt off, you dont need it. unbolt the compressor and remove the lines that go to the back. simple as that. it should take you no more than an hour to do everything. unless you make a boo boo. and dude, DIY are mainly for like custom work or extremely difficult jobs. a/c removal is easy. also, you dont need to remove the line for the ac, just tie them up to the back somewhere out the way. that way, in case later you want to put a/c back in your car, you only have to put a new compressor and belt.
 

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Hell to the fuck to the yeah I finally managed to do some real mechanic work myself without much help. I just gave myself a pat on the back. Now i just need to remove the blower from the dash without removing the dash.
 

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Hell to the fuck to the yeah I finally managed to do some real mechanic work myself without much help. I just gave myself a pat on the back. Now i just need to remove the blower from the dash without removing the dash.
you dont need to remove that blower....keep it in there, because its going to get cold during the winter and your going to want heat inside. you removed your a/c not your heater core. trust me, at least keep that. winters get cold.....
 

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meme, that thingdoesnt work im removing it. The whole system never worked.That was the point of this threqad was to remove the whole thing.
 

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The best way to port your head on a budget is to gently pour sand down your intake as you idle the car. I would have the brake booster line suck it in.



















































































































































































































If you actually consider doing that, put down the wrenches for life.
 

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removing the blower without removing the dash is ez.(mine had a hole in it. and the heatercore was disconnected when i bought the car due to leaking. that and its FLorida it dont get cold enough to fog over.) 10mm bolts on the bottom. and wiggled it back n forth for the top bolt to break. same with heater core.(remove all the nuts u can find and just break the rest if u plan to never use that again.) wouldnt recomend it tho. just incase u end up needing it.
 

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There's really no way to write up a body-kit either. I've had experience with three different kits between my 180 and Silvia, plus a few others on friends' cars. All involved removing entire bumpers, crash bars, and side skirts. One kit went straight on, with minimal trimming (it was Uras). The Stagejack front bumper took me about three hours to fit. The entire Origin kit took about a full day of trimming and fitting (I won't talk about the painting part, I didn't do that myself). So yes, the kit on my car now, I fit myself. It's not 100% perfect, but there's a sense of pride associated with all that back pain and fiberglass dust I breathed in. I've never had any body work training or whatever, I just started from scratch and winged it. That's what pretty much happens in our world of car tuning. You just have to "wing it" most of the time.
 
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