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Need to know the names of the hoses from the condensor to compressor and to the firewall

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Only two of these hoses are replacable by themselves. The one from the compressor to the condensor and then from the comdensor to the firewall. The other two hoses are part of the accumulator(dryer) assembly.

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Air conditioning hoses ,low and high pressure flexibles

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