Yes, you can install A/C into Your Bug, bus or Ghia thanks to I.C.E.
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|ABOVE, the completed installation on a
new '96 Mexican-built Beetle,Yes, things are tight out back, but passengers inside are a
whole bunch cooler also RIGHT, how much cooler you ask? Well, the day we shot these
photos, it wasn't all that hot outside, but even though it was in the 70s, in just a few
minutes, the I.C.E. air conditioning unit, was pumping out 40° air.That's cool enough for
Above, since we are using a new compressor, a precise amount of lubricant must be added before charging the system. I.C.E uses Texaco HFC synthetic.
RIGHT, the completed system is first evacuated, then charged with R134a freon. As you can see, the charging has to be done using the correct equipment to prevent any freon from escaping into the atmosphere.
Above, the completed installation on an '96 Mexican-built Beetle. Yes, things are tight out back, but passengers inside are whole bunch cooler also!
RIGHT, how much cooler you ask? well, the day we shot these photos, it wasn't all that hot outside, but even though it was in the '70s, in just a few minutes, the I.C.E. air conditioning unit, was pumping out40 degree air. That's cool enough for us!
ICE Inc., a company that has been manufacturing and servicing automotive air-conditioning systems for 36 years. Located in San Diego. ICE Inc., provides both informative data pertinent to the environmentally safe retrofitting of A/Cs as well as upgrade kits to all makes and models of automobiles.
NEW A/C RETROFIT KITS Convert your R-12 to R134a Environmental Upgrades Now Available.