Question about 2000 Ford Focus
It cost me around $220 for parts from AutoZone (AC Compressor, Accumulator, Orifice Tube, and Refrigerant Oil). I had to have it professionally evacuated and charged by Firestone and that cost me $80. I didn't flush the system because my compressor didn't blow up and throw chunks out. I made a video on how I did it. So far it's working great!
Posted on Aug 13, 2015
Your going to need a a/c compressor, accumulator, orfic tube, pag oil, you wont need freon your system should have freon, unless it leak out of the a/c compr front seal, will be recover and reused, the system will have to be flush. with labor and parts your looking about $900.00 to $1200.00 at a repair shop and depending where you live.
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