Nice! Keep us updated. the CCRM is located in the pasenger side fender wheel well. I had to remove the passenger tire and plastic that goes around (mud guard?) and it's bolted to the frame. Simply unhook (the connector to the relay is held in with a screw), unscrew from body frame of car, and remove. Install is reverse process.
I went napa because they were the only place in town that had it in stock that I could go and pick up. I didnt want to wait for shipping as no AC in FL was killing me. Mine decided to die in the middle of summer. My car is black on black so it hurts inside with the sun and no AC.
Murphy's Law strikes!
CCRM arrived today while I was at work. Rushed home after work and while parking noticed that the car sounded odd.
Popped the hood and saw green liquid EVERYWHERE. I assumed it was coolant but didn't know where it came from.
Inspected the engine bay closely and noticed that the line connecting the condenser to the evaporator was disconnected at the firewall. I assume I must have put in too much refrigerant (even though the gauge on the recharge kit was good) and the line blew off the snap connector (not sure what it is called).
Oh well. I took it in stride and started taking the air box apart and cleaned everything. Green oil everywhere. Two hours later and the engine bay is mostly clean again. The three O-rings on the line were still present and looked good. The spring in the snap connector was half-way out and I massaged it back in.
I then reconnected the line back into the evaporator at the firewall and made sure the connector snapped/clicked into place. I tried pulling it apart and it seems solid. Fingers crossed.
Back to the air box and cleaned that (green oil EVERYWHERE). Cleaned the MAF with MAF cleaner. I was losing daylight so decided to stop work but not before I washed the K&N air filter and set it out to dry.
So.... my plan tomorrow is to go ahead and replace the CCRM, oil the air filter, put everything back together and see what happens.