- Vintage Air A/C
- Heater lines plumbed incorporating a GM LS-engine heater bypass valve that is 4-way to allow for coolant circulation even when heater route is off. It was a bit of a pain to get the whole system to bleed but it all seems to be working now that it’s bled.
- A/C lines from vintage air were plumbed using the EZ-clip system. AZPete’s length recommendations were spot on and the plumbing for this was super easy to do.
- Wiring is mostly complete. I tested the blower and actuators, but am waiting for some tech support before wiring in the AC fan relay wire and the heater valve.
- Rear firewall was trimmed and reinstalled for final fitment.
- Center console panel installed
- My shifter already broke! The ball stud on the bottom of the handle snapped off the last time I tried to put it in reverse. I’ve replaced the ball stud, but I think I’m going to engineer a solution that decreases the resistance in the whole system so I don’t get a repeat.
- Throttle Pedal
- I modified my throttle pedal mount the change the pedal spacing. I have not yet gotten the chance to drive the car with this setup but it seems to be in a pretty good spot now.
- So I finally got the master cylinder installed and connected…and it leaks :(. I thought the leak was coming from the ABS pump area, but it is actually dripping from the brake booster where it meets the master cylinder. The Ebay seller said they would send me a replacement so hopefully I can get this resolved and evaluate the new setup.
Vintage Air relays
Center console panel installed
AC and Heater plumbing
Heater control valve and vacuum solenoid
Evaporator plumbing setup
My broken shifter 🙁
Vintage air tubes welded to Subaru fittings
Testing the blower wiring
Final blower install