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1977 Chevy AC rebuild #754192
November 16th 2019 10:32 pm
November 16th 2019 10:32 pm
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I have rebuilt the entire ac system from the firewall to the compressor , I have been told to replace the orafice tube and it’s suppose to be in the ac line from the condenser to the evaporator! I have looked for hours for the orafice tube location , took apart every fitting to put new o rings in and still have not found the orafice location ! I am wondering if it does not have one and instead has a exspansion valve inside the cab with the evaporater , no one can give me any info on this , any help out there ?

Re: 1977 Chevy AC rebuild [Re: GeneralBob] #754203
November 17th 2019 8:59 am
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Just found a website that shows the system , it don’t have a orafice tube , it has a exspansion valve , why would the auto parts stores not just tell you that verses selling you a orafice tube that don’t fit in the system ?

Re: 1977 Chevy AC rebuild [Re: GeneralBob] #754252
November 18th 2019 9:57 pm
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You probably have a dealer add-on a/c unit. I have worked on a 76 or 78 G20 Van and it had an orifice tube. Right where the metal hard line liquid line runs into the evaporator inlet. The evaporator on a van with stock air is under the hood.

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