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Ok, not even sure where to start with this one .... I just bought a 69 Mustang Convertible, 302, with Factory A/C it had the disk brake conversion completed for both front and rear .... however the brake system light on the dash is on and will NOT go out ... any suggestions? I mean besides take the bulb out, don't drive it at night, put a piece of tape over it ... etc, etc.... I mean I come here for sound advice ... if I wanted lunacy I would continue to ask my wife (take the bulb out) or my Non Mustang owning friends (don't drive it at night and put a piece of tape over it) although my wifes advice was a little more sound than Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dumber .... Next Question: The factory A/C unit seems to engage and blow although it doesn't blow cold air which is to say it sucks ..... I'm hoping it just needs a charge yes I know, I know, I know it's NEVER that easy .... Hmmmmm wonder if lunacy is contaigious .... anyway I've decided to try the easy stuff first for a change, normally I would rip the entire A/C unit out of the car disassemble it piece by piece and put it back to together much more efficently ... I KNOW I've reassembled it more efficently because I have pieces left over and it seems to work just fine .... anyway ... my question is, is there a suitable substitute for the freon used in factory A/C units without any modifiocations??? Next Question: As stated in the above "Next Question" the facorty A/C unit seems to engage, however, if the settings are set on ...say.... "COOL" and you turn the fan on air comes out of the dash vents at the windows, if you put the setting on "HEAT" you will get air out of the dash vents at the windows and through the vents in the middle of the dash and the diver and passeger side vents ... now (leaving the fan on) shift the settings back to "COOL" and the selector to "MAX A/C" and the air will only blow out through the dash vents at the windows until you turn off the fan and turn it back on at which point you have air through all your vents .... Hmmmmm I've read this 6 times and I'm still confused ... I guess my question is .. what is the correct sequence for operating the A/C ..... Next Question: Why doesn't my radio work?!?!? of all the questions, I need this one aswered FIRST ... otherwise if the radio is not on, my spouse assumes it's a green light to talk about grandchildren, gardening, gout and/or cleaning my garage ....