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1969 CAMARO STANDARD CHEVY AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSERS

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Category: 'Air Conditioning Condensers'
Vehicle: '1969 CHEVY CAMARO STANDARD'

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Camaro Left Side Radiator & Air Conditioning Condenser Lower Tube Mounting Hardware, GM, 1969 Part # EP-33
Stock GM Replacement Mounts Left Side Of Radiator To Core Support Mounts 1969 Lower A/C Condensor Tube Rubber Bushings Have A Threaded Crush Sleeve Inside This stock replacement left side radiator & air conditioning condenser lower tube mounting hardware are manufactured by GM or by one of its authorized suppliers for use as a factory replacement part. You will find the fit and function meets all GM specifications. Using stock replacement parts from Rick's, such as this left side radiator & air conditioning condenser lower tube mounting hardware, is a sound investment in the restoration or repair of your Camaro   Learn More
$12.99 Set
Camaro Air Conditioning Condenser, 1969 Part # AC-69
Correct appearance, mounts in front of radiator support as original. American made. Mount brackets are an integral part of 69 condensers as original. Learn More
$299.99 ea.
Camaro Air Conditioning Condenser, 1972-1981 Part # 33-13131
Replacement Air Conditioning Condenser Correct Inlet And Outlet Placement Original Style Condenser Aluminum Construction Easy Drop In Installation 12 Month Manufacturer Limited Warranty 1972-1981 Camaro air conditioning condensers can fail over time leaving you steaming. Ricks Camaros offers this replacement air conditioning condenser for your 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 or 1981 Camaro. A condenser is used with receiver, evaporator, expansion valve and compressor. Air and Refrigerant is manipulated by the AC system. In this the compressor takes refrigerant gas and pressurizes and compresses it thereby making it hot. After this the hot gas moves in the condensing coils where the air is blown by the fan to outer side. The heat is then dispersed where the refrigerant gas settles and cools down to liquid. Refrigerant flow is controlled by the expansion valve which is turned to cold gas after that. The cool air is then forced to move to the receiver, where it is filters the contaminants before moving to the interior of the car. Then the hot refrigerant returns to the compressor again. Your 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 or 1981 Camaro will run as cold a winters day, with this replacement air conditioning condenser. Trust Ricks Camaros for all your parts needs. Learn More
$229.99 ea.

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