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2001 mercury villager rear a/c leak

The a/c will not hold a charge. The car is equipped rear hvac. I had it leaked check and they said the lines going to the rear have to be replaced. Since this vehicle is a spare for when my kids come into town, is it possible to somehow disconnect and cap the lines going to the rear hvac unit?

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The lines on the rear hvac never wearout it is the "O" rings that wear out and need to be replaced and you should be able to get a complete set of "O" rings at NAPA or Autozone also ask them about an A/C disconnect cause you will need this to get the lines apart to replace the "O" ring

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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    mismusic_80 May 24, 2012

    I wondered the same thing...I had my van's ac line leak checked and they found a leak in the line (I don't think it is just an O ring) I believe it is rusted? I know nothing about cars so I may be a dummy but I am considering just disconnecting the line. So back to the original question is this an option?



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