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Ac question i was told that i need to replace the accumulator which is easy enough but i was also told i need to replace the ac hose line do i need the assembly or just a hose? and will this come with new high and low and will it be fitted for 134 or r12

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The accumulator it's self will have the low side fitting on it, on this year truck the accumulator does not come with the hose assembly, just the accumulator, which hose do you need?The discharge hose will have the high side fitting on it, the liquid and suction line don't, I don't know which one you need, but you will also need a retro fit kit if your going to change it to 134a freon, due to R12 is impossible to get, and R12 is the fitting's it will come with.

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