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Old 07-24-2012, 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by DoubleVision View Post
I already did this same thing to my 86 Cutlass. You will want a complete serpentine kit off a donor motor, don't try to mix and match because they vary over the years. Keep in mind you will have to swap water pumps as well as the fan for the reverse rotation of the serpentine system on the cooling components. When you get your dryer get one for a early 90's Camaro, you'll also want the lines from a camaro donor car. If you get used lines make sure you flush them good before installation. Also if you left the condensor in the car and it wasn't sealed off you'll have to replace it as well, same goes to the core.
If I get a front pulley setup off of this style
1985 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am V8 5.0 TPI Water Pump & Pulley | eBay
I should still be able to use my standard rotation waterpump right?

So the AC lines from an early 90s camaro will connect to the condenser in my Cutlass? I was gonna buy a new one.

Also will the dryer from an early 90s camaro connect to the existing plumbing that goes into the dash? Are you using your factory evaporator and controls?
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