I see a connection point in that picture. Why bother doing OEM lines when you just bend it close to OE as possible, cover it back up and send it because no one will ever see it. I can't imagine the rear subframe would have to come out to do that
god what shop is this so i can avoid it like the plague
Was gonna say worse comes to worse on the knocking I'd price out a JY engine and just run thicker oil.
Glad to hear it was the AC compressor though.
$2800 for brake lines!? No wonder I'm a poor and driving a Chevy.
I put a $60 junkyard special on mine when the AC acted up.
That being said, no ac clutch on these motors. The compressor runs 100% of the time. There is a solenoid valve that interrupts flow when system is not on.
Pulley rides on bearing, that’s what goes out and sounds like a rod knock. That bearing can be changed , so compressor can be saved. Parts are about $40, but the tool is like $60. So I went with junkyard option.