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I need the part number for the a/c line that runs from the rear condenser forward

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GO TO DEARLERSHIP PARTS SERVICE TELL THEM YOUR MODEL YEAR OF VECHICLE TYPE ENGINE AND TYPE OF FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM.TELL THEM YOU NEED A PART FOR AC SYSTEM TELL THEM YOU NEED A REFRIGERANT LINE TO THE CONDENSOR THEY CAN LOOK UP WHAT YOU NEED IN A PARTS CATALOG.

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