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Old 02-11-07, 06:55 AM
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Question Trying to get A/C to work

Trying to get A/C to work on my 93'. but dont know how to wire it I have the LT-10S if any of u guys have it done. cant seem to find any threads on it. please post up how u got it to work. At first I wasnt going to put it back in but living in Florida U really need it.

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Old 02-11-07, 02:51 PM
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What if i have a 20B and no BAC ?
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What if i have a 20B and no BAC ?
The bac injects more air into the intake thus stepping up the idle to compensate for the additional load on the engine caused by the a/c compressor. So without a bac you might have to run the idle by about 2 to 300 rpm higher to avoid stalling the engine when the a/c is on.
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Originally Posted by jiggaFlexxx
The bac injects more air into the intake thus stepping up the idle to compensate for the additional load on the engine caused by the a/c compressor. So without a bac you might have to run the idle by about 2 to 300 rpm higher to avoid stalling the engine when the a/c is on.
thanks for the heads up , i will try and do that, seems my MTX12 only has 1 input and 1 output only ...so i couldn`t use it evev if i wanted
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