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Old 28 Jul 2004, 06:55 am
JanN
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I'm looking into installing an A/C kit on my 1991 Honda Accord myself.
There is an air conditioner kit offered on the Majestic Honda site:
http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...ONDITIONER+KIT

Is this 'all' I need to get a fully functional airconditioning?
Does anyone on the group have an experience in this?
Can it be done, or do I need to take half of the car apart?

Regards,

Jan
1991 Accord Aerodeck 2.2i


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Old 28 Jul 2004, 11:05 am
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www.bought4less.com
has it at $870

that is probably just the compressor price at majestic

"JanN" <JanN.DelDit@helemaal.niets.com> wrote in message
news:ce8484$14r$1@voyager.news.surf.net...
> I'm looking into installing an A/C kit on my 1991 Honda Accord myself.
> There is an air conditioner kit offered on the Majestic Honda site:
>

http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...ONDITIONER+KIT
>
> Is this 'all' I need to get a fully functional airconditioning?
> Does anyone on the group have an experience in this?
> Can it be done, or do I need to take half of the car apart?
>
> Regards,
>
> Jan
> 1991 Accord Aerodeck 2.2i
>
>



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Old 28 Jul 2004, 04:01 pm
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JanN wrote:
>
> I'm looking into installing an A/C kit on my 1991 Honda Accord myself.
> There is an air conditioner kit offered on the Majestic Honda site:
>

http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...ONDITIONER+KIT


> Is this 'all' I need to get a fully functional airconditioning?
> Does anyone on the group have an experience in this?
> Can it be done, or do I need to take half of the car apart?
>


I've never attempted to install a factory AC system. However, it looks
fairly complete. Though, I would give the folks at Majestic Honda a call
just make sure that everything is included. For example, I don't see the
mounting bracket for the compressor in that picture. You'll also need to
check your crankshaft pulley to make sure that it's compatible. I also
don't see any hardware for adjusting the AC belt or any wiring for the
switch in the dash. Any missing components could be picked up at a wrecking
yard or from Majestic. Note that installing components under the dash is
likely to be a challenge especially if you've never taken a dash apart.

Eric
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Old 29 Jul 2004, 11:32 am
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installing ac on your car is easy
the insides, switch and evaporator are a breeze.
the aftermarket ac system is 100% complete down to every bolt nut washer and
wire tie.

a replacement compressor for a 91 accord is about the same price as that
majestics price.

I dont see all the other parts would come with it.

"Eric" <say.no@spam.now> wrote in message news:41081434.EB21687@spam.now...
> JanN wrote:
> >
> > I'm looking into installing an A/C kit on my 1991 Honda Accord myself.
> > There is an air conditioner kit offered on the Majestic Honda site:
> >

>

http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...ONDITIONER+KIT
>
>
> > Is this 'all' I need to get a fully functional airconditioning?
> > Does anyone on the group have an experience in this?
> > Can it be done, or do I need to take half of the car apart?
> >

>
> I've never attempted to install a factory AC system. However, it looks
> fairly complete. Though, I would give the folks at Majestic Honda a call
> just make sure that everything is included. For example, I don't see the
> mounting bracket for the compressor in that picture. You'll also need to
> check your crankshaft pulley to make sure that it's compatible. I also
> don't see any hardware for adjusting the AC belt or any wiring for the
> switch in the dash. Any missing components could be picked up at a

wrecking
> yard or from Majestic. Note that installing components under the dash is
> likely to be a challenge especially if you've never taken a dash apart.
>
> Eric



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Old 30 Jul 2004, 09:00 am
Al Reynolds
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"JanN" <JanN.DelDit@helemaal.niets.com> wrote in message
news:ce8484$14r$1@voyager.news.surf.net...
> I'm looking into installing an A/C kit on my 1991 Honda Accord myself.
> There is an air conditioner kit offered on the Majestic Honda site:
>

http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...ONDITIONER+KIT
>
> Is this 'all' I need to get a fully functional airconditioning?
> Does anyone on the group have an experience in this?
> Can it be done, or do I need to take half of the car apart?


Does anyone know if they made a kit like this for
a 1997 Accord Wagon?

Al


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