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A/c compressor front shaft seal oil leaks.. 1979 chevy c10 350 A-6 axial compressor ALL new components evap, condensor, dryer, lines, followed all GM service bulletins, and had proper amount of 134A charge <200 PSI High side> ... after getting really angry with 2 over the counter Schucks remans profusely dumping oil out the front seal I went to GM and I cant get the A6 new from them so I got the GM reman... same problem but it now spits oil out front seal, no traceable refridgerant leaks. I see a double lipped seal kit avail. for the a6 should I try that? or what should I do? I cant afford the secondary damages of losing all the 150pag oil under my hood eventually running the system dry!

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    Jerry Koski May 11, 2010

    Not sure but is there a filter or screen in line near the firewall of your car in your cooling system ?? sounds like you might have a plugged orfice and causing the system to pressure up maybe at the screen orfice ? possable if you have changed everything else ? arent these problems a pain when you cant detect them .. I do it all the time .. hey thanks and holler if i can help more Jerry

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