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I have a 99 Pontiac montana had condenser replaced air still not working anyone know any good stop leaks to use

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Most of the stop leaks on the market work by swelling the gaskets up which in the long run will do more damage. As painful and time consuming as it sounds you must find the source of the leak and fix it. Good Luck.

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