Question about 2005 Volvo XC90
The pipes are made of aluminum and do crack from age on the weld or near the welds. Usually they are hard to find for most brackets are welded near the compressor where the pipes attach to. The bracket is there to secure the lines from bouncing around while the engine is running. If you see a thick rubber hose coming from the compressor follow that and you may see where the bracket was attached to. The rubber covers the aluminum pipe to insulate and to protect it as well
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