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Need to replace A/C Compressor

Need to know how to install A/C Compressor on 1995 GMC Sierra. Any recommended repair manuals? How much oil? Is it necessary to replace the accumulator as well?

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U can get that info from haynes repair manual at advance auto parts for 15 to 20 bucks. hope that helps

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