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http://www.denlorstools.com/autoblog/2009/04/adding-freon-to-car-ac-gauge-readings-explained/

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Dealship replaced the HVAC drain grommet and now my AC isn't cooling. They say it is the discharge hose leaking. Are these two related?


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4. Remove the suction hose and discharge hose from the compressor. 5. Remove the 4 mounting bolts on the compressor.
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INSTALLATION IN REVERSE ORDER
1. Tighten the 4 compressor mounting bolts.
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Question: Is fitting leaking at the compressor or at the rubber hose end.

If leaking at the compressor hard line fitting. Try replacing "o"ring.
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Any repair will require discharging the system.

I have a 94 tracker with hoses leaking. I would recommend replacing the rubber hose sections on both suction and liquid lines at the same time. You will have to discharge the system for either repair.
I would also recommend replacing all "o" rings accessible at this time along with a receiver dryer.

I work in the Auto parts sales for a large after market parts supply company and have found that hoses are not available from anybody, including a dealer for my 94 tracker. The system is very expensive to repair if you can find parts.

Hope this will help.

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