Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
You will need a vacuum pump, manifold gauges, and new refridgerant. You will also need a recapture device to prevent your old stuff from going into the air. Remove the lines from the condenser. Remove the condenser. Draw down the system with the vaccum pump. Recharge the system using the manifold gauges to give the correct high side and low side pressures. This is not a do it yourself kind of job unless you work as a mechanic for a living.
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