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    help a/c (TXV) thermal expansion valve

    Hello, newbie here. Can someone give me instructions on the removal and installation process on my 98 catera's thermal expansion valve ? there's very limited space up under drivers side of dash. I've already taken 5 or 6 torx screws from what appears to be the side of the evaporater and I'm having trouble removing it. I'm I even in the right area? Any help will be appreciated.

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    Re: help a/c (TXV) thermal expansion valve

    Alright, just a little update on the removal and installation of my 98' catera's (TXV) A/C thermal expansion valve. I did a little research on a couple of other threads here to confirm that I was indeed in the right location. So with that and all the Catera God's shinning down on me I was able to get it installed lickitysplit! And even though I didn't get a response I couldn't have done it without the knowledge I've gained by reading the posts on this site. Keep up the good work!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by makeitsnappy View Post
    Alright, just a little update on the removal and installation of my 98' catera's (TXV) A/C thermal expansion valve. I did a little research on a couple of other threads here to confirm that I was indeed in the right location. So with that and all the Catera God's shinning down on me I was able to get it installed lickitysplit! And even though I didn't get a response I couldn't have done it without the knowledge I've gained by reading the posts on this site. Keep up the good work!!!!
    Can u share here thread links that u found here on forum.

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    Re: help a/c (TXV) thermal expansion valve

    Sure John JJO, "catera needs a/c part", and "a/c orfice tube" Member Jupitar 57 gave a link for a/c part. I just went there to view the diagrams on the catera's ac components.

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