If you use the stock A/C button on the dash, you need to put in a jumper wire on the "Low pressure A/C switch". This switch stops the A/C pump from functioning in the event there is no freon in the system. The jumper wire bypasses that process. The connector to this switch is found behind the glove box. See Pic. So that is all you need to do for the factory A/C button to work for the on board air. Also be sure to turn the fan to the on position just like you would if you were using the A/C.The Joker said:This is a great write up. Could you include what needs to be done to the AC pump for controling it. Also what kind of hose and parts are needed to hook up to the pump?
For that I would go with the york or something similiar to that. I am using the stock AC pump because I have it and havent used AC in years so I know I wont miss it.ROLLIN33S said:Ok here is my newbie ??, I'm kinda new to the Yota world, I have a 94' yota w/o a/c what exactly do I need to put OBA on it besides- a/c comp, brackets, and basically everything included in Front Range Offroads kit. Also can I just run a switched/fused hot wire to the compressor for power or do I need somethin else to power it.
WHEEL N TOY said:You have to disconnect the plug and insert the jumper wire. The green wire with the yellow tape on it in the pic above is your jumper wire. It is just wire with two male wire connectors on it. Let me know if you have any other questions. You can also get fittings here http://www.onboardair.com, however I did get mine at a local air compressor store.
dave'z kit is legit, I've got it, and it comes with all the goods needed to make a working system, give Dave a call to get all the answers you want.anyone sell a kit? front range no longer has it listed and kilby makes stuff for heeps
daves has a kit 99$ http://www.davezoffroadperformance.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=825 but doesnt look like it has an oiler or seperator or am i just not seeing it??? id much rather order a kit that has everything ready to bolt on instead of driving all around my small town getting the wrong size fittings etc etc hasstles.