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    Hi, I have been searching through the forum for info on removing the A/C from my M3 track car. I have already removed the refrigerant, radiator and pipes but need advice how to use the A/C fan as an extra fan using the A/C button on the dash and how to remove the pump. If any one has done this I would be gratefull to here from you...
    What the hell?
     
     

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    You'll need the belt here to run you air pump, number 1 http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...27&hg=11&fg=18.

    Then you can remove the air con compressor with no problems.
     
     

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    why would you want to keep the air pump?i removed both from mine and bunged up the filter housing and the air pump pipe.if you fancy taking the manifold off you can get a blanking plate to plug up the air pump hole.
     
     

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