Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
Posted by Anonymous on
Oh, if he unplugged the electrical connector, look for the female side of that connects to the male connector.
If he unplugged the piping that holds the freon, and kept the parts there, then you can reassemble it, but it's probably advisable to have the system sucked or vacuumed down by a professioinal, or even replace the accumulator/drier with a new one, as having the system open to the atmosphere is not good for it.
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