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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-21-2018, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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I am trying to find the line that goes from the condenser to the evaporator on a 95 Fleetwood. I believe it is the same as the Roadmaster or Impala. The line from the condenser to the compressor is easy but no one can even find the other one. The condenser had been removed from my car and they cut the lines.


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Are you referring to the aluminum hard line ?


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Are you referring to the aluminum hard line ?
Yes it is a hard line to the manifold block on the firewall then a hose to the canister
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The line from condensor to evaporator is Aluminum , no flex.

If I now understand you correctly , you want the evaporator to accumulator hose
Part number 10280497

While obsolete, it does show up some places on goggle

Buy GM 10280497 Hose, genuine OEM part



The hard line , Evaporator to Condenser I have. see photo
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All that said, it looks like a "D" body is different , wheel base difference maybe?

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You might be forced to get a wrecker hose and have it redone by an AC shop


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Thanks we are definitely on the same page. That looks like what I need I didn't think the hose section could be separated from the manifold end. I will give the part number to NAPA today and see what they can find.
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There is a Fleetwood in the local junk yard. It think the hose is still intact. I am headed out tomorrow morning for the weekend, and may be able to get it on Monday or Tuesday. Shipping will probably be as much as the part.

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Thanks I was able to locate a used one from a friend who totaled his Hearse a few months ago.
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