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Old 06-02-2011, 09:39 PM
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complete AC diagram Blazer

I need a complete diagram of an air conditioner system,for a 95 blazer

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this is the introduction forum for new members, not many folks read the posts here
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Welcome! Not many people visit this section. I'd try posting over in "Hotrodding Basics". You'll get plenty of help there.
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X3 on wrong section, Welcome to the site.

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moving this to basics
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