By now you know the basic steps to installing air conditioning in your vehicle: Connect a pair of insulated hose to the outside of the car and attach the hose to a large pipe inside the car.
Place a large piece of electrical tape on the tape to hold it in place.
Put a piece of paper in the backseat to mark where the tape will go and put the tape into the hole in the ceiling of the glove box, where it will attach to the hose.
If the tape has been wet, it will adhere to the tape and stick to the ground.
The tape should remain in place until you have removed it.
If you do not have a tape holder, place a piece with a clear tape inside the glove compartment.
Remove the tape from the glovebox and place it on a piece that has been cleaned with a damp cloth.
Then, if necessary, remove the tape, and place the tape back in the glove.
If all goes well, the tape should stay in place for several weeks.
After that, the air conditioning is expected to work well for the rest of the vehicle’s life.
For more information, see the article “How to Install Air Conditioning in Your Car” at The Next Green.