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A/C Compressor 1999 Suburban

I was told the a/c compressor was bad. (cracked housing?) Then I was told it would be $1000.00 to replace because you need all this other stuff in order to have a warranty on the compressor. What does changing the compressor entail and what other parts would I need?

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Replace compressor with new and o rings install new evaporator (round thing with two big hoses comeing off) one to compressor one to firewall LOOK IN HOSES FOR FILTER take to shop to install oil and freon after vacumeing system and checking for leaks.sholdn`t be more then 1-2 hundred dollars.watch o rings careful when installing and if they move vacume leak test will show them up. not a biggie.be careful of pressure in system and if there still is pressure in system it should be vacumeized with a recovery machine if pressure is present

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