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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Sep 9th, 07, 2:01 AM Thread Starter
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Where would the wire come from that connect to the air conditioner clutch? I am having a bit of problems finding it.

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Re: Air conditioner

Should come from the thermal switch. Not sure of its location on a 73.

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Re: Air conditioner

On the compressor clutch connectors are they both + or one +/- to engage the clutch? Top or bottom is +?

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I believe one + one - (they are on a 70) Here is a diagram for A/C in a 71 camaro. It should be close

http://image57.webshots.com/557/3/42...7bqndKa_fs.jpg

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