Yes, you can install A/C into Your Bug, bus or Ghia thanks to I.C.E.
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|It was way back in 1977 when contributing editor John Rettie traveled south to the San Diego urea and visited the home office of International Conditioning Enterprises (I.C.E.) in National City, California, and researched air conditioning units for VW's. Well. needless to say, a lot has happened to the air conditioning industry since that last visit. One main area of change is the way we look upon freon gas the life blood of any air conditioning system. Since the '70s, we have become much more concerned with the effects of freon gas released into the atmosphere, and have changed the way air conditioning units are charged, and what type of gas we now use. To date, the industry is in the process of switching from using R-12 freon gas, to|
|Right, by removing the rear deck lid and
air box, it makes it much easier to work on the engine and related parts. It is not
necessary to the engine for air conditioner installation.
what is often referred to as "environmentally friendly" R-l34a, or FR-12 gases. Due to this switch over, it was necessary to improve the performance of the condensers, as well as changing the pressure fittings. This continuing research has
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