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ASEMaster35yrs, Master Auto Tech
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Experience:  Master Auto tech since 1972,I own a 65 mustang and have built a 57 ford race car from the bottom up
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Oldsmobile 98: Where is the expansion valve located in a 67

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Where is the expansion valve located in a 67 olds 98? Do u have a diagram of its location?

ASEMaster35yrs :

The expansion valve is located at the evaporator inlet, under dash close to firewall.

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ASEMaster35yrs :

Sorry I don't have a diagram but I am looking for one. If you follow the small diameter a/c pressure line to the evaporator, you'll find it at the evaporator core.

ASEMaster35yrs :

follow the line from receiver/drier to evaporator.

ASEMaster35yrs :

I found a link that will help you:


HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER - The Old Car Manual Project

ASEMaster35yrs :

This link has diagrams.

ASEMaster35yrs :

Ok, I found a diagram and you should be able to access the expansion valve on engine side at the evaporator box.

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Customer: Thanks for the info. very very helpful!!
ASEMaster35yrs :

You're welcome

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The link HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER - The Old Car Manual Project has a lot of information in it. Don't forget to rate my answer.

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