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1994 Buick Century Air Conditioning

Had a friend do repairs (piston work) who has moved. He had disconnected the Air conditioning and need to know how to reconnect it. It (the air conditioner) was working fine prior to the work. Any assistance greatly appreciated

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Hi there, well hopefully your friend didnt release the freon out and if he didnt we can go from there

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