1967 Pontiac Grand Prix Air Conditioning
Parts & Services
INFORMATION on the 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
|Factory A/C Specs||Overview||Stats & Specs|
About the OEM Factory Air Conditioning System Originally Installed on the 1967 Grand Prix
AC System Type:
Expansion & POA Valve/Filter-drier/Electric & Vacuum controls. No safety switch in this factory system, which relied instead on discharge outlet on A6 compressor.
Single-groove, GM A6 compressor located on passenger side of engine. Learn more about GM compressors.
Tube and fin. Learn more about GM condensers.
Vacuum & electrically operated manual controls. Learn more about GM controls.
Located inside the passenger side cowl, behind the wheel well. Learn more about GM evaporators.
Mounted inside the engine compartment on the passenger side of the radiator. Note that the muffler installed in the discharge hose is commonly mistaken for the filter-drier in this vehicle. Learn more about GM filter-driers.
Hose clamps rather than pre-crimped fittings. Learn more about GM hoses-lines.
Expansion and 15-51 POA. Learn more about GM valves.
Grand Prix background and what was new in 1967
The Grand Prix as a model
The Pontiac Grand Prix was first introduced in 1962 as Pontiac’s answer to the Ford Thunderbird, slotted as a luxury, performance, mid-size car, between the larger Bonneville and the smaller Tempest in the Pontiac lineup.
The 1967 Grand Prix in context
The 1967 Grand Prix was the sixth of the B-body based 1st Generation (1962-1968). The long, low, clean, wide look of the 1st Gen’s was a break from the bulkier, heavily chromed, larger tailfin cars of the 50’s.
67 vs 66 Front
On the 1967 Grand Prix, the vertical dual headlights were lost. The headlights were now mounted horizontally and concealed in an integrated grille that contained a horizontal chrome bar with the “GP” logo above it on the driver side.
67 vs 66 Side
On the side of the 1967 Grand Prix, the most prominent change was the “wasp-waisted” rear panels. Also, the low, chrome trim was lost and a higher, full-length molding was added.
67 vs 66 Rear
The rear of the 1967 Grand Prix was significantly different from the 1966, with less pronounced tailfins and split, stacked horizontal taillights similar to those on the GTO.
67 vs 66 Other
The 1967 Grand Prix also featured concealed windshield wipers and vent-less front windows on hardtop coupes. The standard 400 cubic inch V8 350 horsepower engine (offered through 1970) was the biggest standard engine ever offered on a Grand Prix. A convertible was offered for this one year only, with 5,856 of them produced.
General Statistics & Specifications on the 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
First Gen (1962 — 1968)
“Std” Body Type:
Other Body Types:
400 V8 350 hp
400 V8 265-376 hp, 428 V8 360-376 hp
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Note: The “Std” body type, dimension, price, weight and engine is for the best selling base model. Production totals are for all models combined.
Air Conditioning Solutions for your 1967 Pontiac Grand Prix
- S6 Replacement Compressor
- 1967 Grand Prix Condenser
- 1967 Grand Prix Air Condtioning Controls
- 1967 Grand Prix Evaporator
- 1967 Grand Prix Air Conditioning Hoses, Lines & Fittings
- 1967 Grand Prix Expansion Valve
- 1967 Grand Prix Air Conditioning POA Valve
- 1967 Grand Prix Filter-Drier
- 1967 Grand Prix Heater
- 1967 Grand Prix Air Conditioning Repair and Rebuild Services
- Other Replacement Parts?
- CONVERTING TO 134a