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If it is just manual A/C you want, it is quite easy. You can buy the necessary components and fit them.

Automatic Climate Control (ACC) is much more difficult and needs wiring looms to be chagned and extra sensors fitted.
 

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Sounds interesting, its an idea I have considered for a while, however can it be done without loosing the refigerant gas in the system? or do pipes have to be open in order to get all in?.

Im going to my local saab parts guy tommorow to see if he has any aircon models floating around .
 

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If you pick second hand bits up, make sure that the dryer hasn't been exposed to atmosphere otherwise it will be useless and also make sure that if you use second hand bits, get the R134 equipment and not R12 as R12 refrigerant is no longer available. Or at least, shouldn't be.

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