- Great Upgrade For Your El Camino!
- Fly-By-Wire Servo Controls
- Mounts Completely Behind The Dash
- AC Exits Through Dash Vents
- Heat Exits At Floor
- Includes Dehumidified Defrost
- Mounts In Existing Holes In Your Dash And Firewall
- Complete Kit Includes Evaporator, Condenser, Drier, Compressor, Compressor Bracket
- Adds High Performance 134-A A/C
1966-1967 El Camino is a wonderful platform for an LS engine upgrade. This El Camino Vintage Air Gen IV air conditioning unit is sure to keep you cool even on the hottest summer days. This kit includes all components needed to complete the installation except for belts and engine pulleys. Just install, charge and go! This is not a "hang-on" kit; it fits under the dash, taking place of the original heater system. This Gen IV unit features fool-proof electronic servo controls that operate using the original heater control panel. These servos control an advanced ECM module for maximum efficiency. All of our Vintage Air systems use HFC-134A refrigerant. Keep cool in the summertime with a 1966, 1967 El Camino Vintage Air Gen IV air conditioning system, from The El Camino Store.
The Short And Long Of Chevy Water Pumps
Chevy El Caminoâ€™s mechanical short style water pumps measure 5-5/8” high from the shaft down with the pilot shaft diameter measuring 5/8". Long style Chevy El Camino water pumps measure 7” high from the shaft down, and the pilot shaft diameter was 5/8" as well. Do not mix and match pulleys from short and long water pump engines because this will cause pulley misalignment. An easy way to find out what style you have while your pump is still installed on the engine is to try to stick your hand between the water pump and timing chain cover. If you can slip your fingers in-between you have a long, if not you have a short.
The Vehicle Fitment Guide is to be used as a general reference. The data has been provided by our suppliers and manufacturers and may contain errors or incorrect data. Always refer to a professional to verify correct fitment for your vehicle.
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