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After a several month wait for parts, my A/C conversion on my '89 Classic is finally completed. After several years of just blowing hot air, my A/C works great. Now, if I can just figure out how to get it to blow hot air during the winter.

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Well good luck with that one - there is an article here somewhere about the idiosyncrasies of Range Rover heaters. If anyone can tell me how to turn off the constant supply of fresh air I would be very grateful. What I mostly do is set it to the windscreen and turn the heater up.
 

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After a several month wait for parts, my A/C conversion on my '89 Classic is finally completed. After several years of just blowing hot air, my A/C works great. Now, if I can just figure out how to get it to blow hot air during the winter.

Tom Lovinggood
Details on the conversion?
 

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Well, I had to have a new Reciever/Dryer installed, along with the new valves. Much to my chagrin, I also had to have a new compressor placed. Then, we discovered the high pressure lines had leaks, so they had to be replaced. Finally, the new Freon was installed. Seems to work fine after several years of just hot air blowing up my pant legs

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I am also freezing my behind off in winter. Try about everything, when replaced heater core year back.
No I added '95 RR and that is a heat! Heater box 001.jpg
 
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