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      They made my door panels, but they sell a pretty nice fabric as well.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      When I was tracing out the lines, I found the AC Comp clutch wire went to the plug for the ECU. The wire to/from the AC Amp was in another location. I pulled the wire out of the ECU plug and was going to connect it to the pigtail to/from the AC...
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      Thanks TrickT so much information that it’s hard to keep it all straight. I’ll disconnect the spade and see if it works. Thank you very much!!!
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      Richfj60 reacted to TrickyT's post in the thread The A/C Amp Thread with Like Like.
      It may be good for you to go back at look at the first few posts in this thread. The purpose of the Ignition terminal on the A/C amp in the FJ62 is to inhibit the compressor from engaging during engine start-up. That's because of the feeble 150HP...
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      Update. Some success, more questions....I hooked up the ignition wire to the spade terminal on the AC Amp. Turned on the key and pushed the blue button and had power to the wire that goes to the AC compressor. Unfortunately it didn't shut down...
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      2004 L59 5.3. The newer PCM is the issue. My understanding is that if the LC doesn’t have a digital on/off signal to the PCM, it won’t work. I’m no expert, just learning by necessity. If you learn something else, let me know
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      My PCM is 12586242 and isn't on the list that accepts a physical AC on request. So I have to control my AC the old fashioned way. No idle up. And physically wired to the binary switch. The physical request is the blue on/off button.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      From what I read, only select ECUs take the on/off signal from the button. I unfortunately do not have one of those ECUs. So, I won't have Idle up, but that hasn't been an issue in the past.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread The A/C Amp Thread.
      Trying to get the AC sorted on my 88 FJ62. I am knee deep in my dash and have some questions. After a lot of study I have a plan, but still some questions. If you look at my notes (see pictures below), the current set up bypasses the AC...
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      Thank you so much!! Great video and follow up video on wiring up the switch. Pretty simple. As for the Idle up, I'll have to check if my ECM supports. Not sure what WOT is. I appreciate all that you have posted. The video was the baby step...
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      Hi all, need to hijack this post.... I bought my 62 with a swap already done. I have the AC on/off switch wired directly to the AC clutch. The problem is that it freezes up and I have to manually turn it off and let it thaw out before it works...
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread Wiper Linkage Overhaul.
      I want to pull them apart first.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread Wiper Linkage Overhaul.
      I just started. I need some advice separating the ball joints.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread Wiper Linkage Overhaul.
      It didn’t look like it was still available. I checked a couple sites.
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      Richfj60 replied to the thread Wiper Linkage Overhaul.
      Can anyone tell me how to take the ball out of the linkage arm? I'd like to separate the arms but don't want to break anything. Are they just press out? I haven't wanted to destroy the boots that cover the joints. Thanks
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