[V8] RE: [Fwd: Re: Climate Control Saga...Problem Found!!!: Thank You

Campozano, Robert RCAMPOZANO at mgmmirage.net
Thu Mar 25 11:09:10 EST 2004

I would like to again thank Ed Kellock and Tony Hoffman for all the help
provided with this issue.  Turned out being something as simple as a
bolt but had it not been caught early...I do not want to even think what
an oil cooler would have cost had I lost it...Thanks again guys.

Zay Campozano | Computer Engineer | MGM MIRAGE(tm)
Tel:  702-891-7626 | rcampozano at MGMMirage.net
From: Ed Kellock <ekellock at adelphia.net>
Date: 2004/03/24 Wed PM 08:38:03 MST
To: "Robert Campozano" <zay at rennlist.net>, <v8 at audifans.com>
CC: <ekellock at adelphia.net>
Subject: Re: Climate Control Saga...Problem Found!!!

I believe that radiator is the oil cooler.  The bolts that attach it at
either end are M6x16, which is standard metric thread, 6mm diameter, and
16mm long, according to ETKA.
My belly pan is on so I can't see the relationship between a/c and oil
I'm assuming your belly pan is not installed.
From: "Robert Campozano" <zay at rennlist.net>
Date: 2004/03/24 Wed PM 07:13:57 MST
To: v8 at audifans.com
Subject: Climate Control Saga...Problem Found!!!
I am currently e-mailing from home so if you do respond to this post
please e-mail me off list as well as to this e-mail address!!!  I went
under my car and no sooner did I do that I found that (I am assuming it
is this) the A/C condensor (looks like  a thin long radiator with a
couple braided hoses on each side) had lost its bolt on the right
passenger side and it was hanging and bumping into the pullies when I
would turn the A/C on!  Can anyone provide me with any insight as to
what size bolt I need to bolt the condensor back on?  I temporarily used
a screwdriver to keep the condensor up and any insight on what size bolt
it is would be appreciated..
Thanks again,
Zay Campozano
rcampozano at mgmmirage.net (my audifans e-mail)
zay at rennlist.net (my home e-mail)
1990 V8 3.6L Auto

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