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94 honda passport a/c the expantion value

I just got up the *** with my a/c work on the passport they replace the copressor and the dryer but told me they were afraid to replace the expantion value cause the coil mite brake or they want to brake it and get more money then told me the clutch on the compressor wasn't working without putting oil and freeon in it so how cloud they know with put the oil and freeon it it i just need help with how to replace the value and coil.

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I went to a honda dealership on the internet and got a diagram of the whole area of the expantion value area and print it out .And here it is thanks for the respounce. 94_passport



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