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2000 intrepid a/c low pressure hose

The intrepid has a 3.2 from a 2000 concorde in it. i need a low pressure a/c hose but i can not find a match.a diagram of the proper hose would help thanks chuck

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If you have a local dodge dealer ship you can ask them for a diagram and they will print it off there computer for free! here is a dealer ship that i got one from

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