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Air condition hose leak - 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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Take it to a shop ASAP. There is no way you can repair or replace high pressure hoses without the proper tools and knowledge. Furthermore, if all the gas leaks out, you will contaminate the circuit, and remedial might be extremely expensive,

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