Brand new VW Beetle 2004 Edicion Especial with AC system:

New and genuine Volkswagen Sedan AC system available at: $1,699 USD shipped by FedEx to the US. Worldwide shipping available. Frequently Asked Questions... 1) Do the AC Systems use the new refrigerant? Yes the new 'R 134a' refrigerant is used in the VW A/C system. 2) How easy is it to install the A/C system? You will need simple hand tools - an electric drill and an 1 1/8" holesaw. All A/C systems come with complete installation instructions with diagrams. 3) How long does it take to install the system? Most people report it takes about 12 - 15 hours. INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS / TECH SPECS The PDF instructions are easy to follow. Information on parts included is also available by reading the instructions page. All you need are simple hand tools, an electric drill and an 1 1/8" holesaw.

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