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While having freon put into the ac unit dust/smoke flew out. Mechanic says there's a hole in one or both of the a/c tubes and they need to be replaced. Is this a task that requires taking out the entire unit? What should the cost be? thanks

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Do not know what he means by tubes,but there is a evaporator core in the dash in the blower box,and if it leaks,it will have this symptom,the cost can be as high as 500 dollars labor,depending on who replaces it.

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