Question about 2004 Chrysler Concorde
Out of all things that could have crapped out -- this is it! Just when I am thinking of selling the beast. Unfortunately, I was advised that I am in need of a new AC condenser. I have been told it is a 5 hour job. Of course in the past, these 'huge' jobs have been completed a lot quicker with a full charge to me. Does anyone have a step by step list as to how to this. Given the poor resale value of Chrysler products, I am considering doing it myself.
P.S. --- If anyone has any books I can refer to that would be a great help.
Why not sell it "as is".your not going to lose that much,specially if its a mech that buys it.(make sure the day you sell is a warm,dry day not too hot/cold.....)and TAKE CASH...
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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