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Having to for go labor costs of over $400.00 due to unimployment,I was told by mechanic the parts to be replaced which I have on order are the expansion valve and the dryer I have above average mechanical ability and a good collection of tools I'm sure I can do this I just need to know the steps and procedures

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You did not mention the model or year. Replacement of these AC parts is not hard, It is straight forward for anyone with mechanical skills, but what is really needed after replacement is a good set of gages to read the high side and low side pressure while recharging the system and to add oil to the system. It is only a few ounces of oil and would be the amount you drain from the dryer and expansion valve, so drain the components into a container for correct amount.

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