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94-98 A/C condenser brand choice?

There are quite a few choices when it comes to a new condenser, but there’s no Motorcraft. There’s TYC, spectra, etc, etc.
What’s the way go?

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Either of the two you mentioned are probably fine, I've had parts made by both of those companies on various cars over the years and the quality seemed to be there. The TYC is $80 on RockAuto so I guess just go with that?



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Either of the two you mentioned are probably fine, I've had parts made by both of those companies on various cars over the years and the quality seemed to be there. The TYC is $80 on RockAuto so I guess just go with that?
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I typically go with murray stuff on my replacement a/c parts. All they systems Ive ever serviced have worked out very well.

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