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I have a leak in the rear A/C on my 2007 Tahoe. Using dye, I located the leak as the dye dripped from the underside of the vehicle. In removing the inside quarter panel, I noticed that you cannot veiew the condensor or lines without removing the entire assemble from the vehicle. The only way I can see to view this area is to disconnect the lines from the underside of the vehicle. Is this a true statement and if so, does anyone have details on how to do this?

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