Question about Buick LeSabre
Yep you can loosen off the the whole compressor unit from the bracket and hold it away from where you'll be working without disconnecting the high or low pressure line...Just be careful and tie the unit in a safe place while you're working...It'll be a good idea to check the holding bolts of the compressor, as well as the bracket,
It may be a bit of a problem getting to the bolts and nuts for the unit though....Once you've removed the bracket you may have to look at the compressor for wear in the holes....If the problem is in that unit you'll not only have to have it re gassed, you'll need the special oil as well....Regards Johngee10
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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