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A/c leak , where is the most common area to look.

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Best and easiest way to detect a/c leak is to purchase leak detector kit at auto parts store. It contains a dye that will show you where your leak is. Then when you recharge your unit, you will purchase the kit that comes with the adapters that will stop your leak.

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Most common is o rings and seals at connections,look for slight oil residue,also front seal of compressor also oil residue

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