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Hi, I am asking some tips on replacing the A/C condensor on my 95 camry.

The first time I did removing the whole bumper taking me ages to get there.

I was wondering if you can do it through the other side (rear) or without removing the bumper?

Yes gas is empty nothing left. Just need to fix a hole from a stone chip.:welcome:

 

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I replaced all the A/C components on the Camry of one of my sons (I have two sons and one daughter who all drive Camrys). I don't know what setup you have in your Camry, but in my son's Camry, it is not required to remove the bumper. Just disconnect the condenser and all of the fasteners and pull it out.
 
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I replaced all the A/C components on the Camry of one of my sons (I have two sons and one daughter who all drive Camrys). I don't know what setup you have in your Camry, but in my son's Camry, it is not required to remove the bumper. Just disconnect the condenser and all of the fasteners and pull it out.
Thanks for the reply.

I have done mine in 2 hours

Going to get it welded and regas the whole system. Many Thanks.





Easier than removing the whole bumper.
 

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Are you going to be sure and install a new filter/dryer ... always recommended.
Don't put the original one back in ... won't work.
 

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Are you going to be sure and install a new filter/dryer ... always recommended.
Don't put the original one back in ... won't work.
Yes I have spare no problem always replacing that before regas.
 

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Are you going to be sure and install a new filter/dryer ... always recommended.
Don't put the original one back in ... won't work.
Not necessarily true. I did not replace my drier a few years ago when I did my condenser. If you have a good vac pump and pull full vac for at least 20-30 minutes you will pull the moisture out of the desiccant. Now, if your system lost all refrigerant and/or has been open for a long time, replacing the drier is probably more important.
 

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