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Does anybody have any good links to a good write up on how to completely remove the a/c and heater core and any usless wires?.........pretty much anything else behind the dash that is unnessary. I search on .net but I couldn't really find any clear write ups. I have the dash out right now and I want to get as much stuff done as I can because I don't see myself removing it again anytime soon.......especially when the roadster is the dd. Can any of you guys help me out? Thanks :D
 

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I don't know of any writeups, but you can call AIM Tuning in Indianapolis. They do Spec Miata setup work, and my friend Shane (tell him Bryan Wyatt sent you) did a GREAT job pulling my AC system. No wires cut, nothing gouged; you could put my AC system back together and put it back into the car with no issues whatsoever. He could at least give you a short walkthrough of the process.

Their number is 317.381.0898

Not affiliated at all, just a satisfied customer :D
 

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not to go to far off topic but if you dont plan on installing it again im looking for that bracket that holds the a/c compressor on
 

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i took mine out, not to hard, just time consuming. its gettin the pies out without bending them is the hard bit if ur planning on putting them bac in!
 

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i took mine out, not to hard, just time consuming. its gettin the pies out without bending them is the hard bit if ur planning on putting them bac in!
Same here, the aluminium pipes bend so easily, and the radiator was a bit of a pig to get out, so I damaged most of it... :oops:
Cooling is so much better now though with the A/C rad out of the way. 8)
 

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Be sure to remove the lower splash shield and everything will be straight forward regarding removal.
It's a lengthly process but very easy to perform.

Removing the rad is not necessary but opens up more work space.

The non-AC cars also use a different AC switch/fan knob assembly, just in case you plan on selling the AC system to someone complete.
 
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