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Thread: A/C Evaporator Box Drain

  1. #11
    It's whatever Dunmurry started sticking on later cars.

    McMaster sells all sorts of adhesive back foam. I'd recommend a closed cell foam so it won't absorb any moisture.

    Bill Robertson
    #5939

  2. #12
    Thanks! I'll check it out as soon as I have a/c again.

  3. #13
    Can someone send me the goddamn coil boot that is being used here and that I cannot find anywhere?

  4. #14
    I gave Farrar my last one.

    Have you tried Autozone's loose wires? I'll try to stop by my store tomorrow and see what they've got.

    The boot I gave Farrar came from an el'cheapo Autozone wireset I bought for the distributor cap boots.

    Bill Robertson
    #5939

  5. #15
    http://www.amazon.com/Taylor-Cable-4...846579&sr=1-11

    Since your distributor is exposed too, use three of the distributor cap terminals & boots for plugs 1-3. Wires lay much better to the passenger side when they take off straight from the cap.

    Bill Robertson
    #5939

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by content22207 View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Taylor-Cable-4...846579&sr=1-11

    Since your distributor is exposed too, use three of the distributor cap terminals & boots for plugs 1-3. Wires lay much better to the passenger side when they take off straight from the cap.

    Bill Robertson
    #5939
    Thanks. ORDERED. Anyone else need one from the kit? Sell for $1 + postage!

  7. #17
    Kit only includes one coil boot.

    You need a coil boot because it is bigger diameter than the distributor cap boots (cap boots won't fit on the evaporator drain barb). You will be amazed how well the coil boot fits.

    Dave McKeen attached a hose to his boot. IMHO that just puts you right back where you were (clog city). I just poke the narrow end of the boot through the body hole and let it drool all over the frame. It's no different than rain water.

    After I eat some lunch I'll take a picture of what you can do with those cap boots....

    Bill Robertson
    #5939

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by content22207 View Post
    Kit only includes one coil boot.

    You need a coil boot because it is bigger diameter than the distributor cap boots (cap boots won't fit on the evaporator drain barb). You will be amazed how well the coil boot fits.

    Dave McKeen attached a hose to his boot. IMHO that just puts you right back where you were (clog city). I just poke the narrow end of the boot through the body hole and let it drool all over the frame. It's no different than rain water.

    After I eat some lunch I'll take a picture of what you can do with those cap boots....

    Bill Robertson
    #5939
    Damnit Bill. Order canceled. For anyone else, THIS IS THE PART THAT YOU NEED:

    http://www.amazon.com/Pico-7054QT-St...ds=coil+nipple

    $0.95 for TWO.

  9. #19
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    How does one remove the stock piece without tearing out the entire A/C evaporator box?
    Patrick C.
    VIN 1880
    A video of my modifications can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yUpusPAvJc

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick C View Post
    How does one remove the stock piece without tearing out the entire A/C evaporator box?
    It was done on my car. Cutting the old one on the side so I could just pull it out with pilers. Then I was able to install the new boot. I don't remember cutting any larger hole in the tub but maybe I did.
    Dave M vin 03572
    http://dm-eng.weebly.com/

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