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I'm not sure they were ever made w/o the A/C....:eek:

Is it the compressor or the pulley bearing that's failed? If it's NOT the pulley, just disconnect the power lead to the compressor and keep your original belt....:yup:

Otherwise, hope someone else has done this. I prefer to have things work when they exist, so I would go to the trouble to replace the pulley bearing if it failed.:stirpot:

Only my opinion, of course... Good luck!:thumbsup:
 

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Other than the Service Air indicator, there would not be a problem with the AUTO setting, other than wasting electrical power energizing the clutch for nothing....
Since the pulley is bypassed it's not gonna spin, period.
No spin, no wear, no cool.
No problem!
 
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