Question about Buick Regal
Call around to some local junkyards and see if any have a used compressor to fit your car. if so go plunk down 35 bucks and buy one. then put it in your car make some effort to cleanly and quickly connect the hoses, when it gets warm take it to a radiator shop and ask them to recharge your system. even if the compressor is no good as a compressor, at least your serpentine belt fit and everything else worked until the weather got warm.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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