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Air-Con Steel Pipe..

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Down the right side of the engine bay on my 05 Ranger is a steel pipe coupled to the air-con. This pipe is always dripping with condensation

and is freezing cold all it's length..(it's always 32+ degrees here in Thailand)

My dumb-!Removed! question is..should this pipe be lagged? Would slipping polystyrene lagging improve the efficiency of the system?

Was it originally fitted with insulation when new?? Any comments welcome..This is general air-con question, not just for Rangers I guess..?

Cheers now.

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