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The AC wire connection is burnt out. If I replace the wire, how much labor is involved? It goes from under the dash to inside the dash.

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Depends on your expertise could take 15min to 3 hrs be careful to not disturb anything ele wiring wise!!!you also haft to find out why wire burnt could be ac clutch or to big of fuse? Good Luck!!!

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