wondering if there is a kit out there that lets you remove the airconditioning in my 2g? because its in the way of my drain line,

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Asked by Nov 26, 2009 at 01:31 PM about the Mitsubishi Eclipse

Question type: Car Customization

the bracket for the condesor is right in the way of my drain line fitting. i tought a bout cutting half of it off but i rather just get rid of it. the 1g just uses a belt off the crank so its eaisier to take  off. but on a 2g its all one belt. i need somthing thats gonna keep tention on the belt with out the condensor there. maybe a smaller belt? or some type of kit that allows you to do this.

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turbo or non turbo, because if its turbo i know for a fact the AC is on its own belt, and Im pretty sure the 420a have they're own belt too, just look harder. If its the 4g63 just cut the belt and remove the condensor, along with the dryer and compressor. if its AWD you need to either keep the stock bracket or washer where the cv shaft bracket bolts to the block.

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you dont need a kit. just take it out. thats what I did and have no problems at all.or just drill a hole in the bracket big enough to route your drain line fitting through it. if your going to keep working a/c dont cut alot of the bracket off. they have quite a bit of tension on them when a/c is running. dont want to see it snap or bend a mess something else up. just drill a hole through it or cut a small chunk out.

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