Question about Dodge Durango
Your best bet would be to go in and get an estimate from a shop for the fix. You can never go wrong with just getting an experts opinion, and they will usually be "dumb"/ nice enough to tell you what you need to fix it. However knowing this it is more likely than not just your line, it could also be a leak somewhere else like a fitting. Another thing to do either visually or assisted with a belt timer check, the speed of the pulley that is for your AC depending on the model of the car. This is all assuming that you have the correct manual for this project which is a repair one and not an owners one.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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