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I need to know the name of the metal t-shaped tube assembly on top of a 2004 jeep liberty engine. It's part of the A/C system. There are black rubber tubes on either end of the top of the t, and the stem of the t connects to a plug with wires coming out of it.

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That would be the linkage for your condensor, unless we're talking about a different T shaped tube connected to the A/C system..

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