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Author Topic: AC Evaporator  (Read 1484 times)

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Offline Zoro

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AC Evaporator
« on: October 06, 2018, 01:52:39 PM »
Getting ready to do the 4.0 swap into my Eagle. The donor vehicle was a 2003 Wrangler with AC that worked very well. Trying to source a new evaporator(the under dash part) so I can compare it to the TJ unit.

I can't seem to find a part # which leads me to think it's not available anymore.

Essentially I'm just trying to compare the Eagle unit to the TJ unit and see how different they are. Worst case scenario I'll have to have one built.
84 Eagle Wagon aka 'Zoro II'
263,000 miles and counting!

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