Question about 1999 Mercury Sable
Sounds like the gasket from the line to the compressor is bad. Evac the system, replace the gasket or entire line. and then evac and recharge the system again.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
You can replace the section of line but you should really have the dealer or a third party A/C shop do it for you as they can evap the lines (there must be a vacum) and then add the R134a with some oil etc. Expect it to cost ~250$ or more.
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