Question about 2006 Ford Fusion
Took it to Pep Boys in Northeast Philadelphia. They ran the dye performance test to see what the problem was and found that there was leak at the O rings at the AC line. what should be the approximate cost to replace the O rings. I was told the O rings are not expensive, but the labor involved is a lot of work.
They are correct in that the parts are by far the cheapest part of the repair. To replace the o-rings the a/c system has to be properly emptied with an a/c machine and then the parts can be taken apart and the o-rings can be replaced. Once this is done the system has to be fully evacuated to remove any and all atmospheric air from the system before it can be refilled. I don't have any prices for you as I'm not sure which o-ring will be replaced or how long it takes to do so but the labor will generally be the largest part of the bill. Sounds like they are telling you the straight story here. Good luck, hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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