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    Hey guys i tried looking around for a thread on this, but is it possible to install AC on a 88 festiva that wasnt optioned with AC? What is all needed? Thank you in advance

  • #2
    Yes and all ac components are need even the wiring and ac button.
    Its not a bad job just time consuming.

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    • #3
      Yes , you can pick them up for a couple hundred ready to go !
      Like william said it just takes time . All the hard wiring is there so it's plug and play .
      I have a system to sell if you need one .
      New build on the way .

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      • #4
        Sure PM me with info/price

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        • #5
          I can't seem to remember who and don't feel like searching, but someone did this a couple years ago and did a nice write up.
          Rick
          1993 Ford Festiva
          1986 AMC Eagle Wagon 4.2L/4.0L head, AW4,NP242, Chrysler 8.25" rear. SOLD
          1981 AMC Eagle Wagon-As Seen on TV Lost In Transmission
          2000 Ford E350

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          • #6
            http://www.fordfestiva.com/forums/showthread.php?t=438
            91 Festiva L "Erika" b3t swap on the way
            06 Jeep Cherokee Overland
            95 Aspire (sold)

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            • #7
              I've added a/c to my 91' L. Honestly it was fairly easy. Hardest part to install has to be the condenser. Only other thing that was hard was with my oddball system from a power steering Festiva, and that was finding a proper receiver/drier. Finally found a NOS OEM one off eBay for $50 shipped.
              1991 Ford Festiva BP (Full Aspire/Rio Swap) (337k Miles) (Around 95k Engine)
              2002 Chevy Cavalier LS Sport 2.2L DOHC Ecotec (Threw a Rod)
              1998 Chevy Monte Carlo LS 3.1 V6 (225k miles) Best MPG = 28

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