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Rear air went blew out try to replace rings on block. Found out that the torque bolts were stripped out. Yay. So I would like to block the rear lines and use front A/c only. Is this possible?

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You should just be able to not run the rear ac, if this is not an option with your van, then yes you can 'cap' off the rear ac lines and just run the front, but it takes some planning and recharging.

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