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My AC blows out hot air. I need to replace a tube because there is a leak in it. Is there one hose or several.I didn't get the name of the tube and i want to order it and get it replaced.Thank you

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If by tube you mean an a/c hose, i suggest you take the vehicle to a reputable a/c shop. There are many a/c hoses for the a/c , and if you take out any of them, you will contaminate the system, and will have to be flushed, remove the moisture, replace the filter and recharge the system. I doubt that you can perform these operations outside a shop.

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