North American Turbocoupe Organization

A/C lines
SteveX82 Offline
Posting Freak
I've given up on fixing/recharging my A/C anytime soon, so i've already taken off the compressor belt and am now looking to remove the entire condensor to save a bit of weight and free up some air-circulation space around the turbo. my question do i disconnect those refridgerant lines? do i need a special tool of some sort. and yes, the system has already been discharged [Image: smile.gif] (even i'm not that stupid)
Estoril blue 1987 TC 5spd, 148k mi, a237, Bailey BOV, spec stg3 clutch, spearco FMIC, 50 trim t3/t4, 3" exhaust, Bamafuel, LM1, 55pph
Best 1/4 mile: 12.31 @ 110mph on 25psi

1987tc Offline
Senior Member
There is a disconnect tool you will need to get . It is round and wraps around the line and the fitting. You then push it against the fitting while pulling on the line. This will release the spring. You might want to get a set of these since the fuel lines also use the same type but diferent size of coupling.

1987 TC:
Hurst compition plus shifter,K&N cone,roller cam,custom single exhaust,Gillis valve,H&R springs,KYB shocks,struts and quads.
3.73 rear.
Tubular rear control arms and Kenny Brown trac kit brackets. soon to come, Installation of Caster camber plates and a custom built roll cage.
Linton Indiana
Sold my Turbocoupe. It went to a good home.

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