Question about 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX
If you can move it out of way without disconnecting lines then no do not haver to discharge. if you have to remove lines to get compressor out of your way then yes will need to have discharged. find a local shop with recovery equipment and ask how much they will charge to evacuate and charge back up when you complete job
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