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What fittings doI need to cap the rear a/c lines going to the rear of the 2006 Town and Country? I have removed the evaporator and want to cap the lines on the van side near the rear wheel.

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I had to cut the lines back from the fittings used to connect to the rear evaporator coil. You will find these to be a 3/8" and a 3/4" line. I used stainless steel fittings from my work as I could not find compression fittings at any of the box hardware stores.

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